Validating the Impact on Reducing Fuel Consumption by Using an EcoDriving Assistant Based on Traffic Sign Detection and Optimal Deceleration Patterns

@article{Organero2013ValidatingTI,
  title={Validating the Impact on Reducing Fuel Consumption by Using an EcoDriving Assistant Based on Traffic Sign Detection and Optimal Deceleration Patterns},
  author={Mario Mu{\~n}oz Organero and V{\'i}ctor Corcoba Maga{\~n}a},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
  year={2013},
  volume={14},
  pages={1023-1028}
}
This paper implements and validates an expert system that, based on the detection or previous knowledge of certain types of traffic signals, proposes a method to reduce fuel consumption by calculating optimal deceleration patterns, minimizing the use of braking. The expert system uses a mobile device's embedded camera to monitor the environment and to recognize certain types of static traffic signals that force or can force a vehicle to stop. The system uses an adaptation of the algorithm… CONTINUE READING
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