Beiker, Sven

Road Vehicle Automation 4

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Automated Vehicles Symposium 2016
Steven E. Shladover, Jane Lappin, Robert P. Denaro

Part I. Public Sector Activities

2. Latest Development in SIP-Adus and Related Activities in Japan
Hajime Amano, Takahiko Uchimura

3. Connected and Automated Driving in The Netherlands—Challenge, Experience and Declaration
Tom Alkim

Part I. Public Sector Activities

4. Policymaking for Automated Vehicles: A Proactive Approach for Government
Baruch Feigenbaum, Ginger Goodin, Anita Kim, Shawn Kimmel, Richard Mudge, David Perlman

5. Impact Assessment
Satu Innamaa, Scott Smith, Isabel Wilmink, Nick Reed

6. The Digital Driver of the Future—User Experience Research on Generation Z in Germany
Evin Bahar Guenes, Katharina Hottelart, Patrice Reilhac

7. Reducing Conflict Between Vulnerable Road Users and Automated Vehicles
Justin M. Owens, Ryan Greene-Roesel, Azra Habibovic, Larry Head, Andrés Apricio

Part III. Ethics, Legal, Energy and Technology Perspectives

8. Model Legislation for Automated Driving
Bryant Walker Smith

9. The Environmental Potential of Autonomous Vehicles
Aaron Hula, Lisa Snapp, Jeff Alson, Karl Simon

10. Energy Impact of Connected Eco-driving on Electric Vehicles
Xuewei Qi, Matthew J. Barth, Guoyuan Wu, Kanok Boriboonsomsin, Peng Wang

11. A First-Order Estimate of Automated Mobility District Fuel Consumption and GHG Emission Impacts
Yuche Chen, Stanley Young, Xuewei Qi, Jeffrey Gonder

12. Shared Automated Mobility: Early Exploration and Potential Impacts
Adam Stocker, Susan Shaheen

13. Shared Automated Mobility and Public Transport
Jessica Lazarus, Susan Shaheen, Stanley E. Young, Daniel Fagnant, Tom Voege, Will Baumgardner, James Fishelson, J. Sam Lott

Part IV. Vehicle Systems and Technologies Development

14. Safety Assurance for Automated Vehicles
Hermann Winner, Ching-Yao Chan

15. Enabling Technologies for Road Vehicle Automation
Cristofer Englund, John Estrada, Juhani Jaaskelainen, Jim Misener, Surya Satyavolu, Frank Serna, Sudharson Sundararajan

16. Infrastructure for Automated and Connected Driving: State of the Art and Future Research Directions
Haneen Farah, Sandra M.J.G. Erkens, Tom Alkim, Bart Arem

Part V. Transportation Infrastructure and Planning

17. Understanding the Effects of Autonomous Vehicles on Urban Form
Sara Costa Maia, Annalisa Meyboom

18. “AV-Ready” Cities or “City-Ready” AVs?
Siegfried Rupprecht, Stephen Buckley, Philippe Crist, Jane Lappin

19. Traffic Flow of Connected and Automated Vehicles: Challenges and Opportunities
Simeon Calvert, Hani Mahmassani, Jan-Niklas Meier, Pravin Varaiya, Samer Hamdar, Danjue Chen, Xiaopeng Li, Alireza Talebpour, Stephen P. Mattingly

20. Potential Fleet Size of Private Autonomous Vehicles in Germany and the US
Stefan Trommer, Lars Kröger, Tobias Kuhnimhof

21. Simulation-Based Traffic Management System for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Paweł Gora

Keywords: Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Robotics and Automation, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Transportation, Transportation Technology and Traffic Engineering, Innovation/Technology Management

Publication year
Lecture Notes in Mobility
Page amount
9 pages
Technology, Energy, Traffic
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