Print Email Facebook Twitter Temporal Performance of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems vis-á-vis Human Driving Behavior in Dense Traffic Title Temporal Performance of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems vis-á-vis Human Driving Behavior in Dense Traffic Author Hamberg, R. Hendriks, T. Bijlsma, T. Publication year 2015 Abstract Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are becoming ubiquitous, and gradually take over the role of human drivers in the vision of the automotive sector. Humans are different from most systems: while in general humans exhibit a much higher error rate when performing specific functions, they are also unmatched in their adaptability, and their ability to recognize patterns and anticipate on these. In this paper we derive temporal requirements on future ADAS operation, needed to at least match human driving behavior in dense traffic. We examine Adaptive Cruise Control and Automated Emergency Braking systems at highway speeds, derive temporal requirements, and show that in dense traffic situations intent communication has a significant benefit to improve systems operation. The resulting requirements will challenge ADAS developments in the coming years. cop. 2015 IEEE. Subject Fluid & Solid MechanicsIVS - Integrated Vehicle SafetyTS - Technical SciencesTrafficMobilityAdaptive control systemsBehavioral researchEmergency traffic controlIntelligent systemsBraking systemDense trafficsHuman driving behaviorAdvanced driver assistance systemsADASIntent communication To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:d4382d9f-50ac-4310-9c1b-ba41c2788e4a DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/itsc.2015.247 TNO identifier 530900 Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. ISBN 9781467365956 Source IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Proceedings, ITSC, 2015-October, 1292-1297 Article number 7313304 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.