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Integrated Lane Change Model with Relaxation and Synchronization
A proposed lane change model can be integrated with a car-following model to form a complete microscopic driver model and includes trade-offs between lane change incentives and the use of anticipation speed for the speed gain incentive.
Driving with a Congestion Assistant; mental workload and acceptance.
A human factors perspective on automated driving
Interviews were conducted with expert researchers in the field of human factors of automated driving to identify commonalities and distinctive perspectives regarding HF challenges in the development of AVs, and experts indicated that an AV up to SAE Level 4 should inform its driver about the AV's capabilities and operational status, and ensure safety while changing between automated and manual modes.
Realistic Car-Following Models for Microscopic Simulation of Adaptive and Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Vehicles
Adaptive cruise control (ACC) and cooperative adaptive cruise control (CACC) are important technologies for the achievement of vehicle automation, and their effect on traffic systems generally is…
User acceptance of automated shuttles in Berlin-Schöneberg: A questionnaire study
Designing an Automated Demand-Responsive Transport System: Fleet Size and Performance Analysis for a Campus–Train Station Service
The rapid development of automated vehicles and the introduction of shared mobility services hold great potential for the development of automated public transport systems. However, their expected…
The Deployment of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in Europe
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADASs) are expected to significantly enhance driving safety, comfort and efficiency. This paper analyses the deployment of the ADASs in EU 28, in relation to the…
On the impact of vehicle automation on the value of travel time while performing work and leisure activities in a car: Theoretical insights and results from a stated preference survey – A comment
Driving Characteristics and Adaptive Cruise Control ? A Naturalistic Driving Study
- W. Schakel, C. M. Gorter, J. D. de Winter, B. van Arem
- MedicineIEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine
- 19 April 2017
A naturalistic driving study has been conducted with 8 participants who drove their own ACC-equipped vehicle during their regular trips on freeways for a period of 4 to 5 weeks, and found that headways were smaller with ACC On than ACC Off when only selecting accelerations below -0.5m/s2 andAbove, which suggests that ACC has an important limitation: a lack of anticipation.
Mainstream Traffic Flow Control at Sags
Sags are freeway sections along which the gradient changes significantly from downward to upward. The capacity of sags is considerably lower than the capacity of normal sections. Consequently, sags…