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GB/T 39263-2020
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 43.020
T 04
Road Vehicles - Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
- Terms and Definitions
ISSUED ON: NOVEMBER 19, 2020
IMPLEMENTED ON: JUNE 01, 2021
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of PRC.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Terms and Definitions ... 4
English Index ... 9
Road Vehicles - Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
- Terms and Definitions
1 Scope
This Standard defines terms and definitions related to advanced driver assistance
systems (ADAS) for road vehicles.
This Standard is applicable to Type-M, Type-N and Type-O vehicles.
2 Terms and Definitions
2.1 Basic terms
2.1.1 Advanced driver assistance systems; ADAS
The general term for the various systems that use the sensing, communication,
decision-making and execution devices installed on the vehicle to monitor the driver,
the vehicle and its driving environment in real time; and use information and/or motion
control to assist the driver in performing driving tasks or actively avoid/mitigate
collisions hazard.
2.2 Information assistance terms
2.2.1 Driver fatigue monitoring; DFM
Monitor the driver's status in real-time and send out prompts when confirming his
fatigue.
2.2.2 Driver attention monitoring; DAM
Monitor the driver's status in real time and send out prompts when confirming that his
attention is distracted.
2.2.3 Traffic signs recognition; TSR
Automatically recognize the traffic signs of the road section of the vehicle and send out
prompts.
2.2.4 Intelligent speed limit information; ISLI
Automatically obtain the speed limit information that the vehicle shall comply with under
vehicle appear at the side and/or behind the vehicle.
2.2.14 Blind spot detection; BSD
Monitor the driver’s blind spot of vision in real-time, and send out prompts or warning
when other road users appear in the blind spot.
2.2.15 Side blind spot detection; SBSD
Monitor the side and rear blind spots of the driver's field of vision in real-time, and send
out prompts or warning when other road users appear in the blind spot.
2.2.16 Steering blind spot detection; STBSD
In the process of vehicle steering, monitor the driver's steering blind spot in real-time,
and send out warning when other road users appear in the blind spot.
2.2.17 Rear cross traffic alert; RCTA
When the vehicle is reversing, monitor the other road users approaching the rear of
the vehicle laterally in real-time, and send out alert when a collision risk may occur.
2.2.18 Front cross traffic alert; FCTA
When the vehicle is moving forward at a low speed, monitor other road users
approaching the front of the vehicle in real-time, and issues alert when a collision risk
may occur.
2.2.19 Door open warning; DOW
When the door is about to be opened in the parking state, monitor other road users on
the side and behind the vehicle, and send out warning when the door is opened and
there is a danger of collision.
2.2.20 Reversing condition assist; RCA
When the vehicle is reversing, monitor the environment behind the vehicle in real-time,
and provides the driver with images or warning.
2.2.21 Maneuvering aid for low speed operation; MALSO
When the vehicle is running at low speed, detect the obstacles around it, and provide
the driver with images or warning when the vehicle approaches the obstacle.
2.3 Control assistance terms
2.3.1 Advanced/automatic emergency braking; AEB
Monitor the driving environment in front of the vehicle in real-time, and automatically
When the vehicle is parking, it automatically detects the parking space and provides
the driver with parking instructions and/or direction control and other assistance
functions.
2.3.10 Adaptive cruise control; ACC
Monitor the driving environment in front of the vehicle in real-time, and automatically
adjust the driving speed within the set speed range to adapt to changes in the driving
environment caused by the vehicle in front and/or road conditions.
2.3.11 Full speed range adaptive cruise control; FSRA
Monitor driving environment in front of the vehicle in real-time, automatically adjust the
driving speed within the set speed range and have the functions of decelerating to stop
and automatically starting from the stopped state to adapt to changes in the driving
environment caused by the vehicle in front and/or road conditions.
2.3.12 Traffic jam assist; TJA
When the vehicle passes through the traffic jammed section at low speed, monitor the
driving environment in front of the vehicle and the adjacent lane in real-time, and
automatically control the vehicle horizontally and longitudinally. The use of some
functions needs to be confirmed by the driver.
2.3.13 Anti-maloperation for accelerator pedal; AMAP
When the vehicle starts or is running at a low speed, if the driver accidentally steps on
the accelerator pedal to cause emergency acceleration and may collide with
surrounding obstacles, the vehicle is automatically restrained from accelerating.
2.3.14 Adaptive driving beam; ADB
The high beam that can automatically adjust the projection range to reduce the dazzle
and interfere with the driver of vehicle in front or other vehicles.
2.3.15 Adaptive front light; AFL
The front light that can automatically switch between low beam and high beam or
control the projection range, thereby providing different types of beams to adapt to
various use environments of vehicles.
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