Adaptive Cruise Control System Aspects and Development Trends

Paper #:
  • 961010

Published:
  • 1996-02-01
Citation:
Winner, H., Witte, S., Uhler, W., and Lichtenberg, B., "Adaptive Cruise Control System Aspects and Development Trends," SAE Technical Paper 961010, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/961010.
Pages:
12
Abstract:
This paper is based on the experiences with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) systems at BOSCH. Necessary components (especially range sensor, curve sensors, actuators and display) are described, roughly specified, and their respective strength and weaknesses are addressed. The system overview contains the basic structure, the main control strategy and the concept for driver-ACC interaction. Afterwards the principal as well as the current technical limits of ACC systems are discussed. The consequences on traffic flow, safety and driver behavior are emphasized. As an outlook, development trends for extended functionality are given for the next generation of driver assistance systems.
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