A Survey of Recent Developments in Collision Avoidance, Collision Warning and Inter-Vehicle Communication Systems

by   Oncu Ararat, et al.

This paper presents the state-of-the-art on Collision Avoidance and Collision Warning (CA,CW) systems. Traffic accidents result from driver errors or situations that are unpredictable for the driver. CA,CW systems are developed for reducing traffic accidents and saving peoples lives by warning drivers or taking compensatory action when drivers can not react fast enough. Besides these initiatives, this paper explains the importance of CA,CW driving assistance systems by considering economic issues as well. Technological developments are investigated in the context of finished and ongoing projects all over the world. CA,CW system algorithms are discussed regarding performance criteria such as reliability and strictness. This paper also presents the information on Inter-Vehicle Communication Systems (IVC) which will be a key ingredient of future CA,CW systems.


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