Assisted highway lane changing with RASCL [Robotic Assistance System for Changing Lanes]. Paper presented at the 2010 AAAI Spring Symposium: Embedded Reasoning, Palo Alto, USA, 22-24 March 2010.
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Frankel, R. Gudmundsson, O. Miller, B. Potter, J. Sullivan, T. Syed, S. Hoang, D. John, J.M. Liao, K.-S. Nahass, P. Schwab, A. Yuan, J. Stavens, D. Plagemann, C. Nass, C. & Thrun, S.
In: Proceedings of the 2010 AAAI Spring Symposium: Embedded Reasoning Intelligence in Embedded Systems, Palo Alto, USA, 22-24 March 2010, 11 p., 9 ref.
|Samenvatting||Lane changing on highways is stressful. In this paper, we present RASCL, the Robotic Assistance System for Changing Lanes. RASCL combines state-of-the-art sensing and localization techniques with an accurate map describing road structure to detect and track other cars, determine whether or not a lane change to either side is safe, and communicate these safety statuses to the user using a variety of audio and visual interfaces. The user can interact with the system through specifying the size of their 'comfort zone', engaging the turn signal, or by simply driving across lane dividers. Additionally, RASCL provides speed change recommendations that are predicted to turn an unsafe lane change situation into a safe situation and enables communication with other vehicles by automatically controlling the turn signal when the driver attempts to change lanes without using the turn signal. (Author/publisher)|
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