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A Survey on Intelligent Vehicle Safety Systems for Adverse Weather Conditions

Ditze, Michael; Golatowski, Frank; Laum, Nico and Varhelyi, Andras LU (2010) FISITA World Automotive Congress p.1-8
Abstract
Adverse weather conditions involving diminished visibility through rain,

snow, fog and reduced traction as a consequence of rainy, snowy, and icy surfaces have been

a major cause for traffic accidents throughout the EU in recent years. In conjunction with

deficient speed adjustments and improper headway control on the part of the driver, they

represent one of the chief causes for traffic accidents in Europe. Intelligent vehicle safety

systems (IVSS) have the potential to improve traffic safety. The purpose of this paper is to

summarize the state of the art of existing technologies and research for IVSS on the European

level and to draw conclusions on the remaining challenges.... (More)
Adverse weather conditions involving diminished visibility through rain,

snow, fog and reduced traction as a consequence of rainy, snowy, and icy surfaces have been

a major cause for traffic accidents throughout the EU in recent years. In conjunction with

deficient speed adjustments and improper headway control on the part of the driver, they

represent one of the chief causes for traffic accidents in Europe. Intelligent vehicle safety

systems (IVSS) have the potential to improve traffic safety. The purpose of this paper is to

summarize the state of the art of existing technologies and research for IVSS on the European

level and to draw conclusions on the remaining challenges. It will furthermore analyze how a

joint deployment of IVSS and paradigms such as car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure

communication can further improve the safety. (Less)
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Intelligent vehicle safety systems, advanced driver assistance systems, adverse weather conditions
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  abstract     = {Adverse weather conditions involving diminished visibility through rain,<br/><br>
snow, fog and reduced traction as a consequence of rainy, snowy, and icy surfaces have been<br/><br>
a major cause for traffic accidents throughout the EU in recent years. In conjunction with<br/><br>
deficient speed adjustments and improper headway control on the part of the driver, they<br/><br>
represent one of the chief causes for traffic accidents in Europe. Intelligent vehicle safety<br/><br>
systems (IVSS) have the potential to improve traffic safety. The purpose of this paper is to<br/><br>
summarize the state of the art of existing technologies and research for IVSS on the European<br/><br>
level and to draw conclusions on the remaining challenges. It will furthermore analyze how a<br/><br>
joint deployment of IVSS and paradigms such as car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure<br/><br>
communication can further improve the safety.},
  author       = {Ditze, Michael and Golatowski, Frank and Laum, Nico and Varhelyi, Andras},
  keyword      = {Intelligent vehicle safety systems,advanced driver assistance systems,adverse weather conditions},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1--8},
  title        = {A Survey on Intelligent Vehicle Safety Systems for Adverse Weather Conditions},
  year         = {2010},
}