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GB/T 41798-2022
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 43.040
CCS T 41
Intelligent and connected vehicles - Track testing methods
and requirements for automated driving functions
ISSUED ON: OCTOBER 12, 2022
IMPLEMENTED ON: MAY 01, 2023
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
Introduction ... 4
1 Scope ... 5
2 Normative references ... 5
3 Terms and definitions ... 5
4 General requirements ... 7
4.1 Test site and test environment ... 7
4.2 Test equipment and data collection ... 7
4.3 Requirements for vehicle under test ... 9
5 Test process and pass conditions ... 9
5.1 Process management ... 9
5.2 Test acceptance conditions ... 10
6 Test methods ... 10
6.1 Recognition and response of traffic signal ... 10
6.2 Identification and response of road transport infrastructure and obstacles ... 18
6.3 Recognition and response of pedestrian and non-motor vehicle ... 26
6.4 Recognition and response of driving state of surrounding vehicles ... 29
6.5 Automatic emergency avoidance ... 33
6.6 Parking ... 36
6.7 Dynamic driving task intervention and takeover ... 39
6.8 Minimal risk strategy ... 39
Annex A (informative) Night and special weather test methods ... 41
A.1 General ... 41
A.2 Test method for night test environment... 41
A.3 Test method for special weather ... 41
Annex B (normative) Classification and selection of test items ... 42
B.1 General ... 42
B.2 Selection of test items ... 42
Intelligent and connected vehicles - Track testing methods
and requirements for automated driving functions
1 Scope
This document specifies the general requirements, test process, pass conditions, and test
methods for the field test of the automated driving function of intelligent and connected
vehicles.
This document applies to M and N vehicles with automated driving functions. Other
vehicle types can refer to this document for the implementation.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this
document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references,
the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
GB 5768 (all parts), Road traffic signs and markings
GB 14886, Specifications for road traffic signal setting and installation
GB 14887, Road traffic signal lamps
GB/T 24720, Traffic cones
GB/T 24973, Toll electric barrier
GB/T 40429, Taxonomy of driving automation for vehicles
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions defined in GB/T 40429 as
well as the followings apply.
3.1 automated driving function
A general term for driving automation functions of level 3 and above specified in GB/T
40429, including "conditional automated driving", "highly automated driving" and "full
automated driving" functions.
3.2 vehicle under test; VUT
A vehicle for testing the automated driving function.
3.3 object target
Traffic participants and obstacles that are used to construct the testing scenario.
3.4 vehicle target; VT
A production passenger car used to build the testing scenario.
3.5 automated driving mode
A mode in which all dynamic driving tasks are performed by the automated driving
system.
3.6 testing scenario
A collection of elements and their states such as roads, traffic signs and markings, and
object targets during vehicle testing.
3.7 pre-collision time
The time required for the vehicle under test to maintain the current speed in the preset
travel trajectory to reach the pre-collision point with the object target.
3.8 maximum design operational speed; vmax
The maximum speed at which the vehicle under test can operate in automated driving
mode under its designed operating conditions.
NOTE: The unit is kilometers per hour (km/h).
3.9 testing process
The vehicle under test starts from the first test item and completes the selected test items.
3.10 leading vehicle
In front of the vehicle under test, in the same lane as it, the vehicle that meets the
conditions for the activation of the automated driving mode of the vehicle under test.
3.11 stable following
The speed difference between the front and rear vehicles is within ±2km/h and
maintained for more than 3s.
3.12 start moving
NOTE: Two-wheeled ordinary motorcycle refers to an ordinary motorcycle with two wheels on the
longitudinal center plane of the vehicle. Its length is less than or equal to 2.5m. The width is less
than or equal to 1.0m. The height is less than or equal to 1.4m.
4.2.2 Test equipment requirements
The test equipment shall meet the following requirements:
a) The resolution of video capture equipment inside and outside the car is not less
than (1920×1080) pixels;
b) The frequency of motion state sampling and storage is not less than 50Hz;
c) The speed acquisition accuracy is not more than 0.1km/h;
d) The horizontal and vertical position acquisition accuracy is not more than 0.1m;
e) The acceleration acquisition accuracy is not greater than 0.1m/s2.
4.2.3 Test record
The test process record shall include the following:
a) Software and hardware version information about the automated driving system
of the vehicle under test;
b) Control mode of the vehicle under test;
c) Motion state parameters of the vehicle under test:
1) Vehicle geometry or mass center point location information;
2) Vehicle longitudinal speed;
3) Vehicle lateral speed;
4) Vehicle longitudinal acceleration;
5) Vehicle lateral acceleration;
d) Lighting and related prompt information state of the vehicle under test;
e) In-vehicle video and voice monitoring that reflects the status of the driver and
human-computer interaction;
f) Video information reflecting the driving state of the vehicle under test;
g) Position and motion data of the object target.
4.3 Requirements for vehicle under test
4.3.1 The vehicle under test shall meet the following human-machine interaction
requirements:
a) Has an operation mode that facilitates manual activation and deactivation of the
automated driving mode;
b) The system state and the prompt information of the man-machine conversion
process are clearly visible.
4.3.2 The vehicle under test shall meet the following load requirements:
a) M1 vehicles (hereinafter collectively referred to as "passenger vehicles"): The
mass of the vehicle under test is between the curb mass of the whole vehicle plus
the total mass of the driver and test equipment and the maximum allowable total
mass. Do not change the load state of the vehicle under test after the start of the
test;
b) M2, M3, N vehicles (hereinafter referred to as "commercial vehicles"): The vehicle
under test is respectively tested under the condition of the curb weight of the whole
vehicle plus the total weight of the driver and the test equipment and the maximum
allowable total weight. The load state of the vehicle under test is not changed after
the start of the test.
5 Test process and pass conditions
5.1 Process management
5.1.1 The test items shall be selected in accordance with Annex B according to the
driving area under the designed operating conditions of the vehicle under test.
5.1.2 If the vehicle under test needs a leading vehicle as a condition for the normal
activation of the automated driving mode, the leading vehicle shall be set up during the
test process and the data of the leading vehicle shall be recorded according to 4.2.3. The
leading vehicle shall not have an impact on the test results.
5.1.3 The speed limit setting of the test road shall meet the purpose of the test project.
5.1.4 During the test, the following requirements shall be met:
a) All test items are completed in automated driving mode;
b) The software version and hardware configuration of the automated driving system
will not be changed.
According to the requirements of 5.2.1, in this scenario, the vehicle under test shall go
straight for 3 times, turn left 3 times and turn right 3 times. In the 3 tests of the same
motion trajectory of the vehicle under test, the above two signal light states a) and b)
shall appear at least once each.
6.1.4.3 Acceptance requirements
6.1.4.3.1 When conducting right-turn tests at green and red lights, the vehicle under test
shall pass through the intersection and enter the corresponding lane. Driving shall not
be stopped during this process.
6.1.4.3.2 When deriving straight and turning left at a red light test, the vehicle under
test shall meet the following requirements:
a) The vehicle under test stops in front of the stop line at the red light and no part of
the vehicle body crosses the stop line;
b) If the vehicle under test is a passenger car, the minimum distance between the
front end of the vehicle and the stop line is not more than 2m. After the signal
light turns green, the start moving time shall not exceed 3s;
c) If the vehicle under test is a commercial vehicle, the minimum distance between
the front end of the vehicle and the stop line is not more than 4m. After the signal
light turns green, the start moving time shall not exceed 5s.
6.1.5 Direction indicator lights
6.4.5.1 Testing scenario
The test road is an intersection with at least two lanes in both directions. The
intersection settings include direction indicator lights for going straight, turning left,
and turning right. The turning radius of the road is not less than 15m. The speed limit
is set at 40km/h on this road section, as shown in Figure 5.
6.6.3.2 Test method
The vehicle under test drives to the ordinary platform.
6.6.3.3 Acceptance requirements
The vehicle under test shall meet the following requirements:
a) The vehicle under test enters the ordinary platform at one time and completes
docking. There is no reverse adjustment. Ensure the correspondence between the
door and the boarding and disembarking areas on the platform;
b) The maximum distance between the outer edge of the step center of the first-level
door of the vehicle under test and the inner side of the lane is not greater than 0.3m;
c) The vehicle under test starts to open the door on the same side of the platform
within 3 seconds after it stops.
6.7 Dynamic driving task intervention and takeover
6.7.1 Test method
The vehicle under test drives in the long straight in the automated driving mode. The
driver intervenes in a manner that enables the vehicle under test to exit the automated
driving mode.
6.7.2 Acceptance requirements
The vehicle under test shall hand over the dynamic driving task execution authority to
the driver. After handing over the authority, the automated driving system shall not
automatically resume the automated driving mode.
6.8 Minimal risk strategy
6.8.1 Test method
During the test of 6.1.6, 6.2.1, 6.2.2, 6.2.4, 6.2.8, 6.2.9, 6.3.2, 6.3.3, 6.4.4, if the vehicle
under test sends out a prompt message beyond the design operational range, the driver
will not artificially intervene in the driving state of the vehicle under test.
If the vehicle under test does not issue a prompt message beyond the design operational
range during all the above-mentioned test items, proceed the supplementary test
examples as shown in 6.8.3.
6.8.2 Acceptance requirements
The vehicle under test shall not collide with the object target.
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