Assisted and Automated Driving

The concept of autonomous cars has been around the field of automotive research since the early 1920s. The first truly successful autonomous vehicle was Carnegie Mellon University’s Navlab project which travelled 3,100 miles cross-country, of which 98.2% was autonomously controlled. The major areas of research in the autonomous vehicle concept are Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, Local Dynamic Maps and Navigation Applications, Object Tracking Applications, Integrated Vehicle Roadside Software, Innovative Automated Driving, Closed Loop Automated Systems, Cooperative Driving Applications etc. Also several legal and social issues are also associated with these driverless cars like Driver Interaction and Influence with Automated and Assisted Driving and legal aspects of autonomous vehicles.
  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
  • Local Dynamic Maps & Navigation Applications
  • Object Tracking Applications
  • Integrated Vehicle Roadside Software
  • Innovative Automated Driving
  • Closed Loop Automated Systems
  • Cooperative Driving Applications
  • Driver Interaction and Influence with Automated & Assisted Driving
  • Legal Aspect of Automated Driving

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