PRORETA 3: An Integrated Approach to Collision Avoidance and Vehicle Automation

@inproceedings{Bauer2012PRORETA3A,
  title={PRORETA 3: An Integrated Approach to Collision Avoidance and Vehicle Automation},
  author={Eric Bauer and Felix Lotz and Matthias Pfromm and Matthias Schreier and Bettina Abendroth and Stephan Cieler and Alfred Eckert and Andree Hohm and Stefan L{\"u}ke and Peter Rieth and Volker Willert and J{\"u}rgen Adamy},
  booktitle={Autom.},
  year={2012}
}
Zusammenfassung The article describes first results of the research project PRORETA 3 that aims at the development of an integral driver assistance system for collision avoidance and automated vehicle guidance based on a modular system architecture. For this purpose, relevant information is extracted from a dense environment model and fed into a potential field-based trajectory planner that calculates reference signals for underlying vehicle controllers. In addition, the driver is supported by… 

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