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Systems and Issues in Its

  • Special Publication
  • SP-1106
  • ISBN 1-56091-677-X
Published August 01, 1995 by SAE International in United States
Systems and Issues in Its
  • English
  • 124 pages

There is an increasing worldwide priority for the development of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) because of their great potential to provide reduced congestion, improved air quality, improved traffic safety, and increased mobility and convenience for motorists. This publication examines examples of the technologies and systems, looks at implementation issues, and explores the need for standardization. The book contains a diverse cross- section of material from the manufacturing, education, and research sectors involved with ITS. Contents include: emergency maneuvers for AHS vehicles; towards a fault tolerant AHS design; analysis of lane change crash avoidance; traffic flow stabilization; throttle and brake combined control for intelligent vehicle highway systems; a survey of wireless communications technologies for automated vehicle control; passive learning; putting simplicity back into driving; and systems architecture of a reconfigurable field research vehicle for human factors experiments.