Matej Peršolja (2010) Driver assistance system implemented on a radio controlled model car. EngD thesis.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) 93 percent of all car crashes is caused by a driver error. Most of the crashes are caused by the driver inattention. The survey also shows that a notice one second before the crash would prevent up to 90 percent of rear crashes. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are systems that help the driver in His driving process. When designed with a safe Human-Machine Interface it should increase car safety and more generally road safety. The thesis describes the implementation of an advanced driver assistance system, on a radio-controlled car model. In the thesis are described three assistance functions, which were also implemented on the radio controlled car model. All the sensors and the assembly to the car model are described. The software solution for all assistance functions is described and the limitations of the systems are presented.
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