MIIT and SAC Released Guidelines on Building National ICV Industry Standards System

On June 15, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and the Standardization Administration of China (SAC) jointly released Guidelines on Building National Intelligent Connected Vehicles (Overall Requirements), (Information & Communications), and (Electronic Products & Services)This series of documents contains four parts in total. Part 2 - Intelligent Connected Vehicles was released at the end of last year. The Guidelines aim to accelerate the development of generic, critical standards in the ICV industry, including autonomous driving, assisted driving, in-vehicle electronics, radio communications, LTE-V2X and 5G eV2X standards. The goal is to have a comprehensive ICV industry standard system ready by 2020.
Overall Requirements is the first part of the Guidelines. It maps out the direction of overall standards system structure and development. 
Part 2 - Intelligent Connected Vehicles, released last year, includes 95 standards. In total, the complete Guidelines as of now list almost 300 standards related to ICV, with most having yet to be developed. Aside from MIIT, CCSA, CESA, and CATARC were all involved in drafting the Guidelines.