Low Speed Automation: technical feasibility of the driving sharing in urban areas

Abstract : This article presents the technical feasibility of fully automated driving at speeds below 50 km/h in urban and suburban areas with an adequate infrastructure quality (no intersections, known road geometry and lane markings available) focusing on congested and heavy traffic. This requires implementation of several systems: lane keeping system, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), lane changing,\ldots Feasibility has been demonstrated through a complex scenario during the final ABV project event.
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Paulo Resende, Evangeline Pollard, Hao Li, Fawzi Nashashibi. Low Speed Automation: technical feasibility of the driving sharing in urban areas. IEEE ITSC 2013 - 16th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Oct 2013, La Hague, Netherlands. ⟨hal-00848093⟩

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