Development of simulation tests in ACC system scenarios for a car simulator station

  • Mateusz Papis Warsaw University of Technology
  • Dominik Jastrzębski Warsaw University of Technology
  • Marcin Mirosław Warsaw University of Technology
  • Antoni Kopyt Warsaw University of Technology
  • Tomasz Dziewiński Warsaw University of Technology
  • Marek Matyjewski Warsaw University of Technology
Keywords: adaptive cruise control, driving simulation station, fuzzy-driver

Abstract

This paper presents development of simulation tests for a driving simulation station in ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) system scenarios. Experiment assumptions, simulation tests procedures, selection of the tested group, analyzed parameters and the results of the preliminary tests were discussed. The comparison between ride parameters of volunteers and a car equipped with ACC system and validation of previously created fuzzy-driver model are main aims of the study. The experiment, composed with two exercises (outside urban and mixed scenarios) will be performed on previously identified tested group of volunteers. Ride parameters, such as velocity, distance to a leading car, time gap, will be assessed according to a prepared procedure.

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Published
2018-04-30
Section
Articles