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See detailTraffic Effects of Driver Assistance Systems – The Approach within INVENT
Benz, T.; Christen, Fréderic ULg; Lerner, G. et al

(2003, November 16)

Within the German Research Initiative INVENT, the partial project „Verkehrliche Wirkung, Recht und Akzeptanz (VRA)“ deals with traffic effects, legal aspects, acceptance and economics of driver assistance ... [more ▼]

Within the German Research Initiative INVENT, the partial project „Verkehrliche Wirkung, Recht und Akzeptanz (VRA)“ deals with traffic effects, legal aspects, acceptance and economics of driver assistance systems. This presentation gives examples for the consulting services of VRA as well as for the early simulations of a driver assistance system. Such simulations vary in scale from basic functions over driving situations and traffic situations to traffic scenarios. Results are presented for the basic functions and driving situations for a stop-and-go extension of adaptive cruise control. [less ▲]

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See detailTraffic Effects of Driver Assistance Systems – The Approach within INVENT-VRA
Benz, T.; Christen, Fréderic ULg; Lerner, G. et al

in Telematik im Kraftfahrzeug (2002, November 21)

Within the German Research Initiative INVENT, the partial project „Verkehrliche Wirkung, Recht und Akzeptanz (VRA)“ deals with traffic effects, legal aspects, acceptance and economics of driver assistance ... [more ▼]

Within the German Research Initiative INVENT, the partial project „Verkehrliche Wirkung, Recht und Akzeptanz (VRA)“ deals with traffic effects, legal aspects, acceptance and economics of driver assistance systems. The major focus is to accompany the development of such systems rather than evaluating the systems at a later stage. This ensures that wrong development paths are avoided from the beginning. This presentation gives examples for the consulting services of VRA as well as for the early simulations of a driver assistance system. Such simulations vary in scale from basic functions to driving situations, then to traffic situations and finally to traffic scenarios. Results are presented for the basic functions and driving situations for a stop-and-go extension of adaptive cruise control. [less ▲]

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