Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems: Towards high-level automated driving [Kõva köide]

Edited by (Dynniq, Netherlands)
  • Formaat: Hardback, 648 pages, kõrgus x laius: 234x156 mm
  • Sari: Transportation
  • Ilmumisaeg: 01-Nov-2019
  • Kirjastus: Institution of Engineering and Technology
  • ISBN-10: 183953012X
  • ISBN-13: 9781839530128
Teised raamatud teemal:
  • Formaat: Hardback, 648 pages, kõrgus x laius: 234x156 mm
  • Sari: Transportation
  • Ilmumisaeg: 01-Nov-2019
  • Kirjastus: Institution of Engineering and Technology
  • ISBN-10: 183953012X
  • ISBN-13: 9781839530128
Teised raamatud teemal:
Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) have been a domain of substantial development for more than thirty years, enhancing safety, (energy and fuel) efficiency, comfort, and economic growth. Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS), also referred to as Connected Vehicles, are a prelude to, and pave the way towards road transport automation. Vehicle connectivity and information exchange will be an important asset for future highly-automated driving. The book provides a comprehensive insight in the state of the art of C-ITS and automated driving, especially addresses the important role of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) infrastructure, and presents the main achievements (both theory and practice), as well as the challenges in the domain in Europe, the US and Asia/Pacific.
Part I: Introduction
Chapter 1: ICT-based cooperative ITS: towards automated road transport Part II: General aspects of connected, cooperative and automated road transport
Chapter 2: Deployment of C-ITS: a review of global initiatives
Chapter 3: Architecture of cooperative intelligent transport systems
Chapter 4: Business-model innovation in the smart mobility domain
Chapter 5: Driving automation and its effects on drivers - a human factor perspective
Chapter 6: Legal frameworks and strategies of regulatory authorities Part III: V2X communication for cooperative and automated driving
Chapter 7: Vehicular communication - a technical review
Chapter 8: Connectivity for automated driving - an overview on corresponding R&D activities in Europe
Chapter 9: Standardisation and V2X implementation
Chapter 10: Assessment of C-ITS network performance scalability and transferability
Chapter 11: 5G for road safety services Part IV: ICT infrastructure for automated driving and future traffic management
Chapter 12: Cooperative system integration
Chapter 13: ICT infrastructure for automated driving
Chapter 14: Road infrastructure taxonomy for connected and automated driving
Chapter 15: Infrastructure-assisted automated driving in transition areas
Chapter 16: Connected and automated road transport from the perspective of cities Part V: Automated driving: market, impacts, roadmap, data quality and driver aspects
Chapter 17: The evolution towards automated driving - Insights from market penetration surveys in Germany
Chapter 18: Impact assessment of cooperative and automated vehicles
Chapter 19: Deployment of highly automated driving up to 2040 - case Finland
Chapter 20: A practical approach for defining and assessing data quality in automated driving
Chapter 21: Dynamic Bayesian networks for driver-intention recognition based on the traffic situation Part VI: R&D and applications of connected, cooperative and automated driving outside Europe
Chapter 22: Recent advances in cooperative and automated driving in Japan and how we approach these technologies
Chapter 23: Promoting connected and automated vehicles with cooperative sensing and control technology
Chapter 24: Connected and automated vehicle research and development in the United States
Chapter 25: Mobility-on-demand using autonomous vehicles: systems, solutions and challenges Part VII: Discussion and conclusions
Chapter 26: Cooperative and automated road transport: ambitions, challenges and key findings
Dr. Meng Lu is Strategic Innovation Manager at Dynniq, NL. She has previously served as Program Manager International at Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics, Visiting Professor at the National Laboratory for Automotive Safety and Energy, Tsinghua University, and Coordinator and Work Package Leader for EU-funded projects. Her positions and board memberships include: VP IEEE ITSS; Steering Committee Member, IEEE Future Networks - Enabling 5G and Beyond; VP IBEC (ITS Benefits Evaluation Community); and Editorial Board Member of IET ITS.