State of the Art of Adaptive Cruise Control and Stop and Go Systems

by   Emre Kural, et al.

This paper presents the state of the art of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and Stop and Go systems as well as Intelligent Transportation Systems enhanced with inter vehicle communication. The sensors used in these systems and the level of their current technology are introduced. Simulators related to ACC and Stop and Go (S G) systems are also surveyed and the MEKAR simulator is presented. Finally, future trends of ACC and Stop and Go systems and their advantages are emphasized.



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