Plenary session will include keynote lectures on the electric vehicles.
Toward Intelligent Driver-Assist Technologies and Piloted Driving: Overview, Motivation and Challenges
Drazen Brdjanin, Milos Pilipovic, Danijel Spasojevic, Ivan Velikic, Nikola Teslic
RT-RK Institute, Novi Sad, Serbia
In this paper we present an extensive literature review on the research progresses in Intelligent Driver-Assistance Systems (IDAS). IDAS monitor the car’s environment and driving behaviour to identify and avoid a potentially dangerous situations at an early stage without human input. Based on intelligent sensor fusion technology with full or partial context-aware autonomy in decision-making IDAS aim to combat obstacles in a traffic scene using various advanced control systems such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Avoidance System, Driver Drowsiness Detection System, Parking Assistance System, Lane Departure Warning System. Several adaptive safety control systems have been proposed and discussed as well as their interoperability issues to address different aspects in road situation analysis. Any autonomous advanced control system manufacturers launches should be selectable by the driver. In addition, the implementation complexity is analyzed. At the end of the paper we envision some research directions. To the best of our knowledge series-built vehicles with a piloted driving function will be technically feasible this decade over the next two to three years period.