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Human-Centric Automated Driving for Intersection Crossing C-ITS Control Application for Public Transport

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Author(E)1) Sven Jansen, 2) Jochem Brouwer, 3) Koichi Kawaguchi
Affiliation(E)1) TNO Traffic & Transport, 2) TNO Traffic & Transport, 3) TNO Japan
Abstract(E)Automated Driving technologies have their introduction in vehicles for public transport. The topic of optimizing the driving pattern towards the passenger comfort and confidence is addressed for scenarios of automated crossing of intersections. Cooperative technologies can be used to obtain the traffic light phase at intersections, as well as for notification of high risk situations such . The control concept is elaborated by relating to available C-ITS services, Furthermore the results of a user trial for various scenarios involving traffic light and VRU notifications are discussed. The work has been executed under the framework of the European project SHOW.

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