Research Papers

V2V/V2I augmented maps: state-of-the-art and contribution to real-time crash risk assessment

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Date added June 6, 2010
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Category 2010 CMRSC XX Niagara
Tags Session 2A
Author/Auteur Sébastien Demmel, Andry Rakotonirainy, Dominique Gruyer

Abstract

A number of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are currently being released on the market, providing safety functions to the drivers such as collision avoidance, adaptive cruise control or enhanced night-vision. These systems however are inherently limited by their sensory range: they cannot gather information from outside this range, also called their “perceptive horizon”. Cooperative systems are a developing research avenue that aims at providing extended safety and comfort functionalities by introducing vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) wireless communications to the road actors. This paper presents the problematic of cooperative systems, their advantages and contributions to road safety and exposes some limitations related to market penetration, sensors accuracy and communications scalability. It explains the issues of how to implement extended perception, a central contribution of cooperative systems. The initial steps of an evaluation of data fusion architectures for extended perception are exposed.

Sébastien Demmel, Andry Rakotonirainy and Dominique Gruyer