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PRORETA 3: Comprehensive Driver Assistance by Safety Corridor and Cooperative Automation

Winner, Hermann and Lotz, Felix and Bauer, Eric and Konigorski, Ulrich and Schreier, Matthias and Adamy, Jürgen and Pfromm, Matthias and Bruder, Ralph and Lüke, Stefan and Cieler, Stephan (2016):
PRORETA 3: Comprehensive Driver Assistance by Safety Corridor and Cooperative Automation.
In: Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems, Switzerland, Springer International Publishing, pp. 1449-1469, [Book Section]

Abstract

Instead of a multitude of single assistance functions, the PRORETA 3 concept presents just two functional assistance modes: Firstly, the so-called Safety Corridor in the case, that the vehicle guidance is carried out by the human driver and secondly, Cooperative Automation, offering partial automation of driving in cooperation with the driver. In the Safety Corridor mode, the system has to permanently monitor driving situations and assess concerned potential hazards. As a result, the driver will be informed in the first instance, then in the next stage, a warning is given, and in the last instance, an autonomous collision avoidance trajectory is generated. Cooperative Automation is a concept of shared vehicle guidance. The execution of driving is automated; the driver interacts and supervises the execution, close to the concept of Conduct-by-Wire. The functional architecture of PRORETA 3 integrates concepts for human guidance as well as for (full) automation. A multimodal Human –Machine Interface provides information, warnings, and action rec- ommendations, if necessary, in order to make the PRORETA 3 Safety Corridor clear and understandable. A maneuver interface makes it possible to delegate maneuvers in the Cooperative Automation Mode to the PRORETA system. The traffic environment is represented by a Parametric Free Space (PFS) map. The Trajectory Planning uses a predictive control model applied on a risk potential field. The research vehicle was demonstrated and tested on a test track in Griesheim, Germany. The system acceptance and driving experience were evaluated by questionnaires. The overall assessment of the Safety Corridor, the Cooperative Automation, and the entire system reflects a high acceptance of the PRORETA3 assistance concept.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2016
Creators: Winner, Hermann and Lotz, Felix and Bauer, Eric and Konigorski, Ulrich and Schreier, Matthias and Adamy, Jürgen and Pfromm, Matthias and Bruder, Ralph and Lüke, Stefan and Cieler, Stephan
Title: PRORETA 3: Comprehensive Driver Assistance by Safety Corridor and Cooperative Automation
Language: English
Abstract:

Instead of a multitude of single assistance functions, the PRORETA 3 concept presents just two functional assistance modes: Firstly, the so-called Safety Corridor in the case, that the vehicle guidance is carried out by the human driver and secondly, Cooperative Automation, offering partial automation of driving in cooperation with the driver. In the Safety Corridor mode, the system has to permanently monitor driving situations and assess concerned potential hazards. As a result, the driver will be informed in the first instance, then in the next stage, a warning is given, and in the last instance, an autonomous collision avoidance trajectory is generated. Cooperative Automation is a concept of shared vehicle guidance. The execution of driving is automated; the driver interacts and supervises the execution, close to the concept of Conduct-by-Wire. The functional architecture of PRORETA 3 integrates concepts for human guidance as well as for (full) automation. A multimodal Human –Machine Interface provides information, warnings, and action rec- ommendations, if necessary, in order to make the PRORETA 3 Safety Corridor clear and understandable. A maneuver interface makes it possible to delegate maneuvers in the Cooperative Automation Mode to the PRORETA system. The traffic environment is represented by a Parametric Free Space (PFS) map. The Trajectory Planning uses a predictive control model applied on a risk potential field. The research vehicle was demonstrated and tested on a test track in Griesheim, Germany. The system acceptance and driving experience were evaluated by questionnaires. The overall assessment of the Safety Corridor, the Cooperative Automation, and the entire system reflects a high acceptance of the PRORETA3 assistance concept.

Title of Book: Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems
Place of Publication: Switzerland
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
ISBN: 978-3-319-12351-6
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute of Automotive Engineering (FZD)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Ergonomics (IAD)
18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology > Institut für Automatisierungstechnik und Mechatronik
18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology > Institut für Automatisierungstechnik und Mechatronik > Control Systems and Mechatronics
18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology > Institut für Automatisierungstechnik und Mechatronik > Control Methods and Robotics
Date Deposited: 22 Nov 2016 09:14
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