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Unsymmetrical loading on a car like μ-split braking, side wind forces, or unilateral loss of tire pressure results in unexpected yaw disturbances that require yaw stabilization either by the driver or by an automatic driver-assist system. The use of two-degrees-of-freedom control architecture known as the model regulator is investigated here as a robust(More)
This paper presents the cooperative adaptive cruise control implementation of Team Mekar at the Grand Cooperative Driving Challenge (GCDC). The Team Mekar vehicle used a dSpace microautobox for access to the vehicle controller area network bus and for control of the autonomous throttle intervention and the electric-motor-operated brake pedal. The vehicle(More)
Abst rac t : A robus t steering controller is in t roduced for improving the yaw dynamics of a passenger car. A specific two degree of freedom control archi tecture known as the d i s tu rbance observer is adap ted to the vehicle yaw dynamics control problem and shown to robus t ly improve performance. The relevant design specifications are formula ted in(More)
This paper is on low speed connected and automated driving shuttles in a smart city. Based on examples available in the literature and the past experience of the authors, this paper proposes the use of a unified computing, sensing, communication and actuation architecture for connected and automated driving. It is postulated that this unified architecture(More)
This paper is on a pedestrian collision warning and avoidance system for road vehicles based on V2X communication. In cases where the presence and location of a pedestrian or group of pedestrians cannot be determined using line-of-sight sensors like camera, radar and lidar, signals from pedestrians' smartphone apps are used to detect and localize them(More)