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VEHIL: a full-scale test methodology for intelligent transport systems, vehicles and subsystems

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Author: Verhoeff, L. · Verburg, D.J. · Lupker, H.A. · Kusters, L.J.J.
Type:article
Date:2000
Institution: TNO Wegtransportmiddelen
Source:Proceedings of the 2000 Intelligent Vehicles Conference, 4-5 October, 2000, Dearborn, MI, USA
Identifier: 362622
Keywords: Intelligent vehicles · Intelligent transport systems · Distributed simulation architectures · Hardware in the loop simulation

Abstract

To enhance the efficiency and safety of today's road transport, the application of driver support systems and fully automated, intelligent transport systems becomes increasingly important. The safety and reliability requirements of these systems and their complexity are high, which results in a costly, time consuming development and testing process. This paper presents an intelligent vehicle hardware in the loop simulator for faster and more efficient development and testing of full-scale intelligent vehicle and transport systems. Its technical feasibility and added value are illustrated by applying the concept to a passenger car platooning experiment.