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Taxonomy and Survey on Remote Human Input Systems for Driving Automation Systems

  title={Taxonomy and Survey on Remote Human Input Systems for Driving Automation Systems},
  author={Daniel Bogdoll and Stefan Orf and Lars T{\"o}ttel and Johann Marius Z{\"o}llner},
Corner cases for driving automation systems can often be detected by the system itself and subsequently resolved by remote humans. There exists a wide variety of technical approaches on how remote humans can resolve such issues. Over multiple domains, no common taxonomy on those approaches has developed yet, though. As the scaling of automated driving systems continues to increase, a uniform taxonomy is desirable to improve communication within the scientific community, but also beyond to… Expand

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