Browse Publications Technical Papers 10-07-02-0014
2023-05-24

A Survey of Intelligent Driving Vehicle Trajectory Tracking Based on Vehicle Dynamics 10-07-02-0014

This also appears in SAE International Journal of Vehicle Dynamics, Stability, and NVH-V132-10EJ

Trajectory tracking control, as one of the core technologies of intelligent driving vehicles, determines the driving performance and safety of intelligent driving vehicles and has received extensive attention and research. In recent years, most of the research results of trajectory tracking control are only applicable to conventional working conditions; however, the actual operating conditions of intelligent driving vehicles are complex and variable, so the research of trajectory tracking control algorithm should be extended to the high-speed low-adhesion coefficient, large curvature, variable curvature, and other compound limit working conditions. This requires more consideration of the vehicle dynamics in the controller design. In this article, a comprehensive review of trajectory tracking control under extreme operating conditions is conducted from three levels: vehicle dynamics model, vehicle speed tracking (longitudinal motion control), and path tracking (transverse motion control), and the existing research results are analyzed and summarized to obtain the research trends and pain points and difficulties in each field. On this basis, the future outlook of trajectory tracking control is proposed, which is expected to provide some help and inspiration to the research workers in this field.

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