The 7th IFAC Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles 2010

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V2I-Based Architecture for Information Exchange among Vehicles

Vicente Milanés
Instituto de Automática Industrial - Consejor Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Spain

Jorge Godoy
Instituto de Automática Industrial - Consejor Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Spain

Joshué Pérez
Instituto de Automática Industrial - Consejor Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Spain

Blas Vinagre
Escuela de Ingenieros Industriales - Universidad de Extremadura
Spain

Carlos González
Instituto de Automática Industrial - Consejor Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Spain

Enrique Onieva
Javier Alonso

Abstract:
The significant increment in the number of advanced driver assistance
systems (ADAS) in mass-produced cars suggest the idea of autonomous
or semi-autonomous vehicles driving in roads in a medium-large term.
Consequently, a system to allow the communication among this kind
of vehicles and manual driven vehicles will have to be used in order
to permit the circulation of both of them at the same time. Two communication
modes have to be taken into account. First, a vehicle-to-vehicle communication
(V2V) to permit the traffic data flow among cars. Second, a vehicle-to-infrastructure
communication (V2I) to allow a central station to coordinate the movements
of the vehicle in case of a failure in the V2V. In this paper we present
an architecture capable of operating either in autonomous vehicles
or manual driven vehicles and coordinating their movements based on
a V2I communication. Two mass-produced vehicles are used in order
to test the behavior of the architecture implementation. Experimental
trials to study the response of the system and the information flow
have been carried out.

 

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