Print Email Facebook Twitter The impact of integrated full-range speed assistance on traffic flow Title The impact of integrated full-range speed assistance on traffic flow Author Wilmink, I. Klunder, G. van Arem, B. TNO Bouw en Ondergrond Publication year 2006 Abstract This paper discusses the assessment of the effects of Integrated full-Range Speed Assistance (IRSA), using the ITS modeller. The aim of IRSA is to assist drivers in their longitudinal driving task by providing speed advice or speed warnings and cruise control-like functionalities. The effects of the application of IRSA in two scenarios (Approaching a traffic jam and Approaching a reduced speed limit zone) are presented. In addition, general aspects of modelling vehicle and driver behaviour for co-operative systems are discussed, and how this is done in the ITS modeller. Subject Mobility & LogisticsTrafficUrbanisationVehicleInfrastructure cooperationSimulation modelsEvaluation and cross-bene3fit studies To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:523b242c-c50e-44c1-822e-0f8d4e95447d TNO identifier 529720 Publisher Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Source 13th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services, ITS 2006, 8 October 2006 through 12 October 2006, 1-8 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.