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Basis Autonomous Driving Functionality “Cruise4U” Economic Cruise Control (ECC) Based on Series Production Sensors

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This paper looks at the implications on the interfaces between the different domain levels and vehicle control system for highly automated driving (HAD). Scenarios or scenes provide the basis for this new development process. Using these scenes, a set of function specifications can be compiled that cover all possible use cases. Implementation of this type will in future demand to an even greater extent that a function is first developed without considering implementation before it is then distributed over the target system with different controllers. And, moreover, higher demands are placed on the physical accuracy of the data provided by the domain management system compared to today’s assistance systems.

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  • Load Limit
  • Automate Driving
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Engine Torque
  • Engine Control Unit

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Mathes, J., Schulze, K. (2016). Basis Autonomous Driving Functionality “Cruise4U” Economic Cruise Control (ECC) Based on Series Production Sensors. In: Langheim, J. (eds) Energy Consumption and Autonomous Driving. Lecture Notes in Mobility. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-19818-7_6

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