Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control

@inproceedings{Shladover2015CooperativeAC,
  title={Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control},
  author={Steven E. Shladover and Christopher Nowakowski and Xiao-Yun Lu and Robert A. Ferlis},
  year={2015}
}
Cooperative adaptive cruise control (CACC) includes multiple concepts of communication-enabled vehicle following and speed control. Definitions and classifications are presented to help clarify the distinctions between types of automated vehicle-following control that are often conflated with each other. A distinction is made between vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) CACC, based on vehicle–vehicle cooperation, and infrastructure-to-vehicle CACC, in which the infrastructure provides information or… CONTINUE READING

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