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Vehicle to vehicle communication outage and its impact on convoy driving

Vehicle to vehicle communication outage and its impact on convoy driving
Vehicle to vehicle communication outage and its impact on convoy driving
Advanced vehicle control and safety systems are rapidly evolving around the globe, allowing the testing of convoying systems. A key element in such systems is the production of a reliable vehicle-to-vehicle communication link, capable of robust operation in a range of operating environments. This paper reports on a modelling study of one such system conducted as part of the Road Traffic Advisor project within the UK, based on a communication link in the millimetric waveband (approximately 60 GHz). The likely outage is examined for a basic inter-vehicle data link. This is used in conjunction with a simulation of convoy behaviour based on a control model to examine the effect of such outages on convoy operation. The paper concludes that the impact of the communication protocol and the communication outages on the control dynamics of an automated convoy would not degrade its performance
0780363639
528-533
IEEE
Brown, A.C.
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Cullen, E.J.
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Wu, J.
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Gunton, D.J.
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Brown, A.C., Cullen, E.J., Brackstone, M., Wu, J., Gunton, D.J. and McDonald, M. (2000) Vehicle to vehicle communication outage and its impact on convoy driving. In Proceedings of the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, 2000. IV 2000. IEEE. pp. 528-533 . (doi:10.1109/IVS.2000.898399).

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Advanced vehicle control and safety systems are rapidly evolving around the globe, allowing the testing of convoying systems. A key element in such systems is the production of a reliable vehicle-to-vehicle communication link, capable of robust operation in a range of operating environments. This paper reports on a modelling study of one such system conducted as part of the Road Traffic Advisor project within the UK, based on a communication link in the millimetric waveband (approximately 60 GHz). The likely outage is examined for a basic inter-vehicle data link. This is used in conjunction with a simulation of convoy behaviour based on a control model to examine the effect of such outages on convoy operation. The paper concludes that the impact of the communication protocol and the communication outages on the control dynamics of an automated convoy would not degrade its performance

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Published date: 2000

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Local EPrints ID: 75222
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/75222
ISBN: 0780363639
PURE UUID: 02b767e5-8ba5-4177-a0ea-75f6a771478a

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 17 Jul 2019 00:15

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Author: A.C. Brown
Author: E.J. Cullen
Author: M. Brackstone
Author: J. Wu
Author: D.J. Gunton
Author: M. McDonald

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