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Towards Fully Intelligent Transportation through Infrastructure-Vehicle Cooperative Autonomous Driving: Challenges and Opportunities

by   Shaoshan Liu, et al.

The infrastructure-vehicle cooperative autonomous driving approach depends on the cooperation between intelligent roads and intelligent vehicles. This approach is not only safer but also more economical compared to the traditional on-vehicle-only autonomous driving approach. In this paper, we introduce our real-world deployment experiences of cooperative autonomous driving, and delve into the details of new challenges and opportunities. Specifically, based on our progress towards commercial deployment, we follow a three-stage development roadmap of the cooperative autonomous driving approach:infrastructure-augmented autonomous driving (IAAD), infrastructure-guided autonomous driving (IGAD), and infrastructure-planned autonomous driving (IPAD).


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