Environmental Intiatives & Vehicle Technologies

PM / PM2.5 in Ambient Air & Related Activities in Japan

Following Japan's introduction of a new environmental quality standard for fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in 2009, JAMA decided to revise and update its 2001 publication on suspended particulate matter on the basis of the most recent knowledge gained, through its own research and that of institutions worldwide, on the subject of PM and PM2.5 in Particular.

PM / PM2.5 in Ambient Air & Related Activities in Japan

Automotive Technologies in Japan: Solutions for Greater Safety, Improved Environmental Performance and Increased User Convenience (excerpts only)

A review of the automotive technologies currently in application in Japan. Developments or applications anticipated for the near future are discussed or referred to briefly.

Automotive Technologies in Japan - December 2009

Guidelines for In-Vehicle Display Systems - Version 3.0

JAMA compiled this set of guidelines as a means to help ensure optimal, safe use of vehicle navigation systems by drivers.

Guidelines for In-Vehicle Display Systems - Version 3.0 - August 2004

Creating the Automotive Future Today

On the road to automated driving: A JAMA overview of the advances made so far and the further progress required to make automated driving a reality

On the road to automated driving - February 2016

Automated Driving Safety Evaluation Framework Ver. 1.0
-Guidelines for Safety Evaluation of Automated Driving Technology-

Assuring the safety of automated driving technology requires a common safety evaluation methodology. The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA) has therefore produced a compendium of safety assessment methods that it considers suitable for use as guidelines.
Note: JAMA will continue its examination of safety assessment methods for automated driving technology and may consequently revise the content of its guidelines, periodically releasing updated versions to reflect those revisions.

Although they have been established for application by JAMA member manufacturers in safety evaluation and verification procedures in every phase of the development, design and assessment of their technologies, it is hoped that the guidelines will also serve as a useful reference in technology development for other stakeholders.

JAMA believes that these guidelines can help propel domestic and international projects related to automated driving technology safety evaluation and contribute to the development of international standards and regulations.

Automated Driving Safety Evaluation Framework Ver.1.0