Challenges for Automated Cooperative Driving: The AutoNet2030 Approach
Automated driving is expected to significantly contribute to future safe and efficient mobility. Whereas classical automated approaches solely consider the host vehicle, AutoNet2030 aims to investigate a cooperative approach where communication is used to build decentralized control systems, facilitate cooperative traffic flow optimization, and enhance perception. This chapter introduces the concepts and methodology of AutoNet2030 in order to contribute to a cost-optimized and widely deployable automated driving technology.
KeywordsAutomated driving Cooperation Communication V2V
The research work has been funded by the European FP7 project AutoNet2030 (Grant Agreement NO. 610542).
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