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Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

Author: Dominique Paret

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119816126

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 420

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AUTONOMOUS AND CONNECTED VEHICLES Discover the latest developments in autonomous vehicles and what the future holds for this exciting technology In Autonomous and Connected Vehicles, networking experts Dominique Paret and Hassina Rebaine deliver a robust exploration of the major technological changes taking place in the field, and describe the different levels of autonomy possible with current technologies and the legal and regulatory contexts in which new autonomous vehicles will circulate. The book also includes discussions of the sensors, including infrared, ultrasound, cameras, lidar, and radar, used by modern autonomous vehicles. Readers will enjoy the intuitive descriptions of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), network architectures (CAN-FD, FlexRay, and Backbone Ethernet), and software that power current and future autonomous vehicles. The authors also discuss how ADAS can be fused with data flowing over newer and faster network architectures and artificial intelligence to create greater levels of autonomy. The book also includes: A thorough introduction to the buzz and hype surrounding autonomous and connected vehicles, including a brief history of the autonomous vehicle Comprehensive explorations of common issues affecting autonomous and connected vehicles, including regulatory guidelines, legislation, relevant norms and standards, and insurance issues Practical discussions of autonomous vehicle sensors, from DAS to ADAS and HADAS, and VA L3 to L5 In-depth examinations of networks and architecture, including discussions of data fusion, artificial intelligence, and hardware architecture in vehicles Perfect for graduate and undergraduate students in programs dealing with the intersection of wireless communication technologies and vehicles, Autonomous and Connected Vehicles is also a must-read reference for industry professionals and researchers seeking a one-stop reference for the latest developments in vehicle communications technology.

From AI to Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

From AI to Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

Author: Abdelaziz Bensrhair

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781786307279

Category: Computers

Page: 290

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The main topic of this book is the recent development of on-board advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), which we can already tell will eventually contribute to the autonomous and connected vehicles of tomorrow. With the development of automated mobility, it becomes necessary to design a series of modules which, from the data produced by on-board or remote information sources, will enable the construction of a completely automated driving system. These modules are perception, decision and action. State-of-the-art AI techniques and their potential applications in the field of autonomous vehicles are described. Perception systems, focusing on visual sensors, the decision module and the prototyping, testing and evaluation of ADAS systems are all presented for effective implementation on autonomous and connected vehicles. This book also addresses cooperative systems, such as pedestrian detection, as well as the legal issues in the use of autonomous vehicles in open environments.

From AI to Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

From AI to Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

Author: Abdelaziz Bensrhair

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119855484

Category: Computers

Page: 288

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The main topic of this book is the recent development of on-board advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), which we can already tell will eventually contribute to the autonomous and connected vehicles of tomorrow. With the development of automated mobility, it becomes necessary to design a series of modules which, from the data produced by on-board or remote information sources, will enable the construction of a completely automated driving system. These modules are perception, decision and action. State-of-the-art AI techniques and their potential applications in the field of autonomous vehicles are described. Perception systems, focusing on visual sensors, the decision module and the prototyping, testing and evaluation of ADAS systems are all presented for effective implementation on autonomous and connected vehicles. This book also addresses cooperative systems, such as pedestrian detection, as well as the legal issues in the use of autonomous vehicles in open environments.

AI-enabled Technologies for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

AI-enabled Technologies for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

Author: Yi Lu Murphey

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031067808

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 563

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This book reports on cutting-edge research and advances in the field of intelligent vehicle systems. It presents a broad range of AI-enabled technologies, with a focus on automated, autonomous and connected vehicle systems. It covers advanced machine learning technologies, including deep and reinforcement learning algorithms, transfer learning and learning from big data, as well as control theory applied to mobility and vehicle systems. Furthermore, it reports on cutting-edge technologies for environmental perception and vehicle-to-everything (V2X), discussing socioeconomic and environmental implications, and aspects related to human factors and energy-efficiency alike, of automated mobility. Gathering chapters written by renowned researchers and professionals, this book offers a good balance of theoretical and practical knowledge. It provides researchers, practitioners and policy makers with a comprehensive and timely guide on the field of autonomous driving technologies.

Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared Vehicles

Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared Vehicles

Author: UMAR ZAKIR ABDUL HAMID

Publisher: SAE International

ISBN: 9781468603477

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 213

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We are at the beginning of the next major disruptive cycle caused by computing. In transportation, the term Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared (ACES) has been coined to represent the enormous innovations enabled by underlying electronics technology. The benefits of ACES vehicles range from improved safety, reduced congestion, and lower stress for car occupants to social inclusion, lower emissions, and better road utilization due to optimal integration of private and public transport. ACES is creating a new automotive and industrial ecosystem that will disrupt not only the technical development of transportation but also the management and supply chain of the industry. Disruptions caused by ACES are prompted by not only technology but also by a shift from a traditional to a software-based mindset, embodied by the arrival of a new generation of automotive industry workforce. In Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared Vehicles: Disrupting the Automotive and Mobility Sectors, Umar Zakir Abdul Hamid provides an overview of ACES technology for cross-disciplinary audiences, including researchers, academics, and automotive professionals. Hamid bridges the gap among the book's varied audiences, exploring the development and deployment of ACES vehicles and the disruptions, challenges, and potential benefits of this new technology. Topics covered include: • Recent trends and progress stimulating ACES growth and development • ACES vehicle overview • Automotive and mobility industry disruptions caused by ACES • Challenges of ACES implementation • Potential benefits of the ACES ecosystem While market introduction of ACES vehicles that are fully automated and capable of unsupervised driving in an unstructured environment is still a long-term goal, the future of mobility will be ACES, and the transportation industry must prepare for this transition. Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared Vehicles is a necessary resource for anyone interested in the successful and reliable implementation of ACES. "ACES are destined to be a game changers on the roads, altering the face of mobility." Daniel Watzenig, Professor Graz University of Technology, Austria

Autonomous and Connected Heavy Vehicle Technology

Autonomous and Connected Heavy Vehicle Technology

Author: Rajalakshmi Krishnamurthi

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780323907156

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 454

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Autonomous and Connected Heavy Vehicle Technology presents the fundamentals, definitions, technologies, standards and future developments of autonomous and connected heavy vehicles. This book provides insights into various issues pertaining to heavy vehicle technology and helps users develop solutions towards autonomous, connected, cognitive solutions through the convergence of Big Data, IoT, cloud computing and cognition analysis. Various physical, cyber-physical and computational key points related to connected vehicles are covered, along with concepts such as edge computing, dynamic resource optimization, engineering process, methodology and future directions. The book also contains a wide range of case studies that help to identify research problems and an analysis of the issues and synthesis solutions. This essential resource for graduate-level students from different engineering disciplines such as automotive and mechanical engineering, computer science, data science and business analytics combines both basic concepts and advanced level content from technical experts. Covers state-of-the-art developments and research in vehicle sensor technology, vehicle communication technology, convergence with emerging technologies, and vehicle software and hardware integration Addresses challenges such as optimization, real-time control systems for distance and steering mechanism, and cognitive and predictive analysis Provides complete product development, commercial deployment, technological and performing costs and scaling needs

Towards Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Highways

Towards Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Highways

Author: Umar Zakir Abdul Hamid

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030660420

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 345

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This book combines comprehensive multi-angle discussions on fully connected and automated vehicle highway implementation. It covers the current progress of the works towards autonomous vehicle highway development, which encompasses the discussion on the technical, social, and policy as well as security aspects of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) topics. This, in return, will be beneficial to a vast amount of readers who are interested in the topics of CAV, Automated Highway and Smart City, among many others. Topics include, but are not limited to, Autonomous Vehicle in the Smart City, Automated Highway, Smart-Cities Transportation, Mobility as a Service, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Data Management of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle, Autonomous Trucks, and Autonomous Freight Transportation. Brings together contributions discussing the latest research in full automated highway implementation; Discusses topics such as autonomous vehicles, intelligent transportation systems, and smart highways; Features contributions from researchers, academics, and professionals from a broad perspective.

AI-enabled Technologies for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

AI-enabled Technologies for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

Author: Yi Lu Murphey

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3031067797

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 0

View: 330

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This book reports on cutting-edge research and advances in the field of intelligent vehicle systems. It presents a broad range of AI-enabled technologies, with a focus on automated, autonomous and connected vehicle systems. It covers advanced machine learning technologies, including deep and reinforcement learning algorithms, transfer learning and learning from big data, as well as control theory applied to mobility and vehicle systems. Furthermore, it reports on cutting-edge technologies for environmental perception and vehicle-to-everything (V2X), discussing socioeconomic and environmental implications, and aspects related to human factors and energy-efficiency alike, of automated mobility. Gathering chapters written by renowned researchers and professionals, this book offers a good balance of theoretical and practical knowledge. It provides researchers, practitioners and policy makers with a comprehensive and timely guide on the field of autonomous driving technologies.

Autonomous Vehicles for Public Transportation

Autonomous Vehicles for Public Transportation

Author: Călin Iclodean

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031146787

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 461

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This book presents an interdisciplinary approach to autonomous driving technology design and development. It discusses a methodology of simulation that allows specialists to evaluate autonomous vehicle sensors functionality and integration, energy flow, efficiency, range, and service under public transport. The design, calibration, and physical model behind each autonomous vehicle sensor and component is explained. For each specific vehicle, the powertrain is analyzed, and output results are presented through the use of specific automotive industrial software (IPG CarMaker). The book gives the reader a clear perspective of the key factors influencing the global functionality of autonomous shuttle buses with respect to both their inner components the variable exterior factors and an exhaustive legal perspective in relation of their presence on public roads.

Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous Vehicles

Author: George Dimitrakopoulos

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780323901376

Category: Transportation

Page: 202

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Autonomous Vehicles: Technologies, Regulations, and Societal Impacts explores both the autonomous driving concepts and the key hardware and software enablers, Artificial intelligence tools, needed infrastructure, communication protocols, and interaction with non-autonomous vehicles. It analyses the impacts of autonomous driving using a scenario-based approach to quantify the effects on the overall economy and affected sectors. The book assess from a qualitative and quantitative approach, the future of autonomous driving, and the main drivers, challenges, and barriers. The book investigates whether individuals are ready to use advanced automated driving vehicles technology, and to what extent we as a society are prepared to accept highly automated vehicles on the road. Building on the technologies, opportunities, strengths, threats, and weaknesses, Autonomous Vehicles: Technologies, Regulations, and Societal Impacts discusses the needed frameworks for automated vehicles to move inside and around cities. The book concludes with a discussion on what in applications comes next, outlining the future research needs. Broad, interdisciplinary and systematic coverage of the key issues in autonomous driving and vehicles Examines technological impact on society, governance, and the economy as a whole Includes foundational topical coverage, case studies, objectives, and glossary

Autonomous and Connected Heavy Vehicle Technology

Autonomous and Connected Heavy Vehicle Technology

Author: Rajalakshmi Krishnamurthi

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780323905923

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 454

View: 899

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Autonomous and Connected Heavy Vehicle Technology presents the fundamentals, definitions, technologies, standards and future developments of autonomous and connected heavy vehicles. This book provides insights into various issues pertaining to heavy vehicle technology and helps users develop solutions towards autonomous, connected, cognitive solutions through the convergence of Big Data, IoT, cloud computing and cognition analysis. Various physical, cyber-physical and computational key points related to connected vehicles are covered, along with concepts such as edge computing, dynamic resource optimization, engineering process, methodology and future directions. The book also contains a wide range of case studies that help to identify research problems and an analysis of the issues and synthesis solutions. This essential resource for graduate-level students from different engineering disciplines such as automotive and mechanical engineering, computer science, data science and business analytics combines both basic concepts and advanced level content from technical experts. Covers state-of-the-art developments and research in vehicle sensor technology, vehicle communication technology, convergence with emerging technologies, and vehicle software and hardware integration Addresses challenges such as optimization, real-time control systems for distance and steering mechanism, and cognitive and predictive analysis Provides complete product development, commercial deployment, technological and performing costs and scaling needs

ITS Sensors and Architectures for Traffic Management and Connected Vehicles

ITS Sensors and Architectures for Traffic Management and Connected Vehicles

Author: Lawrence A. Klein

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351800976

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 604

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An intelligent transportation system (ITS) offers considerable opportunities for increasing the safety, efficiency, and predictability of traffic flow and reducing vehicle emissions. Sensors (or detectors) enable the effective gathering of arterial and controlled-access highway information in support of automatic incident detection, active transportation and demand management, traffic-adaptive signal control, and ramp and freeway metering and dispatching of emergency response providers. As traffic flow sensors are integrated with big data sources such as connected and cooperative vehicles, and cell phones and other Bluetooth-enabled devices, more accurate and timely traffic flow information can be obtained. The book examines the roles of traffic management centers that serve cities, counties, and other regions, and the collocation issues that ensue when multiple agencies share the same space. It describes sensor applications and data requirements for several ITS strategies; sensor technologies; sensor installation, initialization, and field-testing procedures; and alternate sources of traffic flow data. The book addresses concerns related to the introduction of automated and connected vehicles, and the benefits that systems engineering and national ITS architectures in the US, Europe, Japan, and elsewhere bring to ITS. Sensor and data fusion benefits to traffic management are described, while the Bayesian and Dempster–Shafer approaches to data fusion are discussed in more detail. ITS Sensors and Architectures for Traffic Management and Connected Vehicles suits the needs of personnel in transportation institutes and highway agencies, and students in undergraduate or graduate transportation engineering courses.