Reliable Sense-Plan-Act Approaches for TrustVehicles

Ahu Ece Hartavi, Tarek Kabbani, Pouria Sarhadi, Abhishek Shah Alias Sangani, Johan Zaya, Stephanie Maroun, Mona Saleh, Srinath Shanmugam, Ashok Krishna, Jibin Ou, Ersun Sözen, Eren Aydemir, Samia Ahiad

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Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) have the potential to enhance the road safety, while reducing congestion, and GHG emissions. It is expected that vehicles with the different level of autonomy (Level 2+) will hit the road in the near future. This chapter discusses briefly the state of art of the three main building blocks of the automated driving (AD), to develop a reliable, safe, and trustable AV. In this framework, AV sensors, planning, and tracking controller techniques are reviewed. Moreover, the challenges, some promising technologies (e.g. self-cleaning sensors), technical solutions, and shortfalls that need to be alleviated are described considering different vehicle classes ranging from passenger up to heavy duty vehicle.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnhanced Trustworthiness and End User Acceptance of Conditionally Automated Vehicles in the Transition Period
EditorsDaniel Watzenig, Lisa-Marie Schicker
Place of PublicationCham
PublisherSpringer Nature
Number of pages17
ISBN (Print)978-3-030-60861-3
Publication statusPublished - 2021


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