Adaptive Cooperation between Driver and Assistant System
One of the next challenges in vehicular technology field is to improve drastically the road safety. Current developments are focusing on both vehicle platform and diverse assistance systems. This book presents a new engineering approach based on lean vehicle architecture ready for the drive-by-wire technology.
Based on a cognitive functionality split, execution and command levels are detailed. The execution level centralized over the stability control performs the motion vector coming from the command level. At this level the driver generates a motion vector which is continuously monitored by a virtual co-pilot. The integration of assistance systems in a safety relevant multi-agent system is presented here to provide first an adequate feedback to the driver to let him recover a dangerous situation. Robust strategies are also presented for the intervention phase once the command vehicle has to be optimized to stay within the safety envelope.
Presents the strategies in vehicle engineering and safety for the next 15 yearsDemonstrates how to generate vehicles as safe platform within optimized traffic flowNicely illustrated introductory book to driver assistant systems describes the fusion of sensors and assistant systems to generate a safe vehicle envelopeAggregates synchronisation, electrical wedge brake, steer-by-wire