— This study illustrates a methodology to reduce the time and effort spent on full-scale Intelligent Transportation System testing, through the use of small-scale testbeds. Scaled down testing platforms enable the researchers to implement, compare, and assess different architectures for intelligent transportation by deploying hardware-in-the-loop (HIL)… (More)
A collision avoidance problem for the vehicle equipped with adaptive cruise control is considered in the context of hybrid systems with emphasis on safety verification.
This study investigates a number of control and coordination aspects of autonomous navigation in real-life urban traffic, focusing on connected vehicles as the means to achieve the required coordination. The proposed architecture includes a mixture of human driven, partial and fully autonomous experimental vehicles that are equipped to seamlessly interact… (More)
This study focuses on a number of control and coordination aspects of autonomous navigation in real-life urban traffic. By expanding the inherent hierarchy of the hybrid-state system formulation, a highly-structured yet modular architecture was developed to connect various traffic elements. The feasibility of coordination under vehicle-to-vehicle and… (More)
This poster investigates sensory data processing, filtering and sensor fusion methods for autonomous vehicles operating in real-life, urban environments with human and machine drivers, and pedestrians. Extended Kalman Filters were used to develop decentralized data fusion algorithms for communicating vehicles, Particle Filters were improved by assigning… (More)