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Connected and automated vehicle research and development in the United States

Connected and automated vehicle research and development in the United States

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Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) is one of the most revolutionary technologies of transportation in this century. From the initial concept of automated vehicle, "American Wonder" in the 1920s to the self -driving car companies that burst onto the scene in recent year, the United States emerges as the global leader in CAV research and development. In this chapter, we will review the history and current status of CAV technology in the United States.

Chapter Contents:

  • 24.1 Introduction
  • 24.2 Automated driving in the United States
  • 24.3 Connected for safety
  • 24.4 Improving efficiency via cooperative automated driving
  • 24.5 Cooperative automation research mobility applications
  • 24.6 Conclusion
  • References

Inspec keywords: road vehicles; remotely operated vehicles; mobile robots

Other keywords: automated driving; transportation; connected and automated vehicle; CAV technology

Subjects: Mobile robots; Road-traffic system control

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