Maneuver-based Driving for Intervention in Autonomous Cars

03/27/2020
by   Henrik Detjen, et al.
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The way we communicate with autonomous cars will fundamentally change as soon as manual input is no longer required as back-up for the autonomous system. Maneuver-based driving is a potential way to allow still the user to intervene with the autonomous car to communicate requests such as stopping at the next parking lot. In this work, we highlight different research questions that still need to be explored to gain insights into how such control can be realized in the future.

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