Last modified on January 2, 2024
As part of the FAME project a taxonomy tool has been created. Its main goal is to establish a standardized and harmonised classification system from CCAM-related terms, enhancing the comparability, complementarity, and expansion of research, development, and testing in the realm of CCAM-enabled solutions and services.
Following a systematic and hierarchical approach, the tool classifies and categorises terms. Its architecture is based on a conceptual framework, illustrating relationships and interactions between terms. It is a visualised and navigable with ontology software, offering advanced search and filtering capabilities.
Lastly, the taxonomy tool is built upon established standards and taxonomies from organisations like SAE, ISO, and UNECE, the FAME glossary, research documents and consortium initiatives, ensuring alignment with established frameworks.
The taxonomy tool is accessible within this Knowledge Base under Glossary and Taxonomies.
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