Towards Highly Automated Driving: Intermediate report on the HAVEit-Joint System

Abstract : This overview article describes the goals, concepts and very preliminary results of the subproject Joint System within the EU-project HAVEit. The goal of HAVEit is to develop and investigate vehicle automation beyond ADAS systems, especially highly automated driving, where the automation is doing a high percentage of the driving, while the driver is still meaningfully involved in the driving task. In HAVEit, an overarching architecture and several prototypes will be built up over time by manufacturers and suppliers. As a trail blazer, a Joint System prototype is under development by an interdisciplinary team of several European research institutes in order to investigate and demonstrate the basic principles of highly automated driving, which will then be gradually applied to vehicles closer to serial production. Starting with sensor data fusion, the Co-System part of the Joint Systems plans manoeuvres and trajectories, which are then used to control active interfaces and, taking into account the results of an online driver assessment, joined with the actions of the driver. While many aspects of this research undertaking are still under investigation, the concept, a first prototype and first results from a simulator evaluation will be sketched.
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Frank Flemisch, Fawzi Nashashibi, Nadja Rauch, Anna Schieben, Sebastien Glaser, et al.. Towards Highly Automated Driving: Intermediate report on the HAVEit-Joint System. 3rd European Road Transport Research Arena, TRA 2010, Jun 2010, Brussels, Belgium. ⟨inria-00533483⟩

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