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Martens, M.H. (author), Risto, M. (author), Wilschut, E.S. (author)
Connected Cruise Control (CCC) is a system, that is currently under development within a HTAS project. CCC aims to improve throughput in dense motorway traffic by advising drivers how to drive. The advice will integrate a lane advice, a headway advice and speed advice. The CCC advice will be provided via a nomadic device, using input from...
conference paper 2011
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Risto, M. (author), Martens, M.H. (author)
conference paper 2011
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Risto, M. (author), Martens, M.H. (author)
Connected Cruise Control (CCC) aims to improve throughput in dense commuter traffic on motorways by advising drivers on speed, headway and lane-use via a nomadic human-machine interface. The advice is generated from a prediction of future traffic flow, based on actual traffic-loop data and is transmitted to the in-car platform via 3.5G...
conference paper 2011
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Risto, M. (author), Martens, M.H. (author)
In order to guarantee safety, drivers are advised to keep large enough headways. However, headway advice is often provided in terms of time headway, without knowing whether this is the right way of presenting the advice. According to a psychophysics theory, attaining a time headway would indeed allow drivers to show higher headway choice...
article 2013
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Risto, M. (author), Martens, M.H. (author)
Connected Cruise Control (CCC) is an in-car driver support systems that aims to improve throughput in dense motorway traffic by advising drivers how to drive. The system is currently under development within a HTAS project. It will integrate lane advice, headway advice and speed advice. CCC will not take over vehicle control. This makes its...
conference paper 2013
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