AEB Control Strategy and Collision Analysis Considering the Human-Vehicle-Road Environment
Automatic emergency braking System (AEB) is one of key technologies of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). In order to avoid and reduce the occurrence of rear-end collision accidents. This paper analyzes the motion state of the target vehicle, taking into account the driver’s reaction time and real road conditions. And this paper considers the influence of road adhesion coefficient on braking distance. In this paper, the logic rule of AEB is established. Through simulation experiment, the AEB rule is verified for the reliability on different pavements. It enables AEB to adapt to most road conditions and people with different personalities. The performance of traditional autonomous emergency braking system has been improved. The new AEB rule guarantees the safety of longitudinal driving by braking warning and participating in braking at the right time.
KeywordsAutonomous emergency braking Human-vehicle-road Vehicle safety braking distance
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