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Using robots for prototyping autonomous intersection management: feasibility and feedbacks.

Abstract : This paper presents a protocol of an Autonomous Intersection Management. This protocol is mainly based on the wireless communication between robots and the controller. It allows the robots to cooperatively access to the intersection. It is also a step towards a new way of controlling the ordinary traffic at intersections. The right of way is addressed to each robot individually, according to an optimized sequence. This protocol is tested through a prototype where the robots are safely directed through the intersection. The approach raises some issues related to the wireless communication. These issues are discussed in this paper and a robust protocol is given.
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Abdeljalil Abbas-Turki, Mourad Ahmane, Fei Gao, Wu Jia, Abdellah El-Moudni, et al.. Using robots for prototyping autonomous intersection management: feasibility and feedbacks.. 1st IFAC Conference on Embedded Systems, Computational Intelligence and Telematics in Control, CESCIT 2012, Apr 2012, Würzburg, Germany. pp.308-313. ⟨hal-00808564⟩



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