Integrated Maneuvering Control For Automated Highway Systems Based On A Magnetic Reference/sensing System
Masayoshi Tomizuka and
J. Karl Hedrick
Institute of Transportation Studies, Research Reports, Working Papers, Proceedings from Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley
This report investigates the problem of regulation-level vehicle control for combined lateral and longitudinal maneuvers in an automated highway system (AHS) setting. Intelligent vehicles are assigned to dedicated lanes by a decentralized roadside coordinator which suggests a desired velocity. Magnetic markers embedded in the road, are used to provide geometry, and lateral and longitudinal position reference. Relative vehicle spacing information is obtained via a radar or vision referencing system. Onboard inertial sensors are utilized to provide a measure of the vehicle's absolute motion.
Keywords: Automobiles--Automatic control--Mathematical models; Express highways--Automation--Mathematical models; Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems--Mathematical models (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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