Cooperative (rather than autonomous) vehicle-highway automation systems

@article{Shladover2009CooperativeT,
  title={Cooperative (rather than autonomous) vehicle-highway automation systems},
  author={Steven E. Shladover},
  journal={IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine},
  year={2009},
  volume={1},
  pages={10-19}
}
The recent DARPA-sponsored automated vehicle "Challenges" have generated strong interest in both the research community and the general public, raising consciousness about the possibilities for vehicle automation. Driverless vehicles make good subjects for the visually-oriented media, and they pose enough interesting research challenges to occupy generations of graduate students. However, automated vehicles also have the potential to help solve a variety of real-world problems. Engineers need… CONTINUE READING
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