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Vol. 60, n° 3-4, March-April 2005
Content available on Springerlink

Guest editor
Jacques Ehlrich, INRETS, France

Foreword

Jacques Ehrlich

Intelligent vehicle R&D: A review and contrast of programs worldwide and emerging trends

Richard BISHOP

Bishop Consulting, PO Box 80, Granite, MD 21163, USA. Publisher, ivsource.net

 Abstract Intelligent Vehicle (IV) systems are becoming increasingly common on automobiles, heavy trucks, transit buses, and even in the military. Intelligent vehicle systems are defined as systems which sense the driving environment and provide information and/or control to assist the driver in optimal vehicle operation. The focus is on the “tactical level” function of driving (steering/braking/throttle), as distinct from the “strategic level” of route selection, etc.» Read the summary

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