A Rule-based Collision Avoidance System – Scene Interpretation, Strategy Selection, Path Planning and System Intervention 2009-01-0156
To reduce accidents and fatalities on the roads, active safety systems which can avoid accidents or mitigate their effects are increasingly required. Contrary to already available driver assistance systems a future system can be a Collision Avoidance System which will be able to solve many critical traffic situations by warning, braking or steering. This paper will present a system consisting of environment sensing and situation analysis blocks as well as intervening strategy blocks. The main focus will be put on the scene interpretation of a situation and its optimization. Therefore a rule-based Fuzzy System will be described. Furthermore the Strategy Selection and the Path Planning in case of system intervention will be shown by simulation.
The system has been developed during the work at the Adam Opel GmbH.
Citation: Khanafer, A., Balzer, D., and Isermann, R., "A Rule-based Collision Avoidance System – Scene Interpretation, Strategy Selection, Path Planning and System Intervention," SAE Int. J. Passeng. Cars – Mech. Syst. 2(1):389-397, 2009, https://doi.org/10.4271/2009-01-0156. Download Citation
Ali Khanafer, Dirk Balzer, Rolf Isermann
Adam Opel GmbH, TU Darmstadt
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