Real-world impacts of truck driving with Adaptive Cruise Control on fuel consumption
van Kempen, E.A.
de Ruiter, J.M.
van Ark, E.J.
This concise report consists of an analysis that is conducted in relation to the Ursa Major Neo Integrator Connected Truck Trials project (060.36265). This project aimed to assess the real-world impacts of trucks driving with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) on fuel consumption, driver behaviour and logistics. During 15 weeks experimental tests in various driving campaigns by a naturalistic driving study were conducted with a total of 25 weeks of data logging. The fuel consumption analysis is co-funded by the CATALYST Living Lab. For the purposes of reporting the project results to NWO, this report only presents the results of the CATALYST-funded part of the research. The full report (including more detailed information on the methods applied) and the Dutch summary can be found below.
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Mobility & Logistics
TNO 2021 R12708
TNO, Den Haag