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Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are electronic systems in a vehicle that use advanced technologies to assist the driver. They can include many active safety features. ADAS uses sensors in the vehicle such as radar and cameras to perceive the world around it, and then either provides information to the driver or takes automatic action based on what it perceives.

Gender differences in the use of ADAS technologies: A systematic review

Mahdi Rezaei • Mirbahador Yazdani • Mahsa Jafari • Mohammad Saadati

Apr 1, 2021

Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour

New Simulation Tools for Training and Testing Automated Vehicles

Jiaqi Ma • Chris Schwarz • Ziran Wang • Maria Elli • German Ros • Yiheng Feng

Jul 15, 2020

Automated Vehicles Symposium

An Empirical Analysis to Assess the Operational Design Domain of Lane Keeping System Equipped Vehicles Combining Objective and Subjective Risk Measures

Haneen Farah • Shubham Bhusari • Paul van Gent • freddy a mullakkal babu • Peter Morsink • Riender Happee • B. van Arem

Feb 1, 2020

IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems

Efficient Splitting of Test and Simulation Cases for the Verification of Highly Automated Driving Functions

Eckard BödeEmail • Matthias BükerEmail • Ulrich Eberle • Martin Fränzle • Sebastian Gerwinn • Birte Kramer

Aug 17, 2018

International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security

Sensor Fusion: A Comparison of Sensing Capabilities of Human
Drivers and Highly Automated Vehicles

Brandon Schoettle

Aug 1, 2017

The University of Michigan
Sustainable Worldwide Transportation

Fine-tuning ADAS algorithm parameters for optimizing traffic safety and mobility in connected vehicle environment

Hao Liu • Heng Wei • Ting Zuo • Zhixia Li

Mar 1, 2017

Transportation Research Part C Emerging Technologies

Three Decades of Driver Assistance Systems: Review and Future Perspectives

Klaus Bengler • Klaus Dietmayer • Berthold Farber • Markus Maurer • Christoph Stiller • Hermann Winner

Oct 24, 2014

IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine

Making Bertha Drive, An Autonomous Journey on a Historic Route

Julius Ziegler • Philipp Bender • Markus Schreiber • Henning Lategahn • Tobias Strauss • Christoph Stiller • Thao Dang • Uwe Franke • Nils Appenrodt • Christoph G. Keller • Eberhard Kaus • Ralf G. Herrtwich • Clemens Rabe • David Pfeiffer • Frank Lindner • Fridtjof Stein • Friedrich Erbs • Markus Enzweiler • Carsten Knöppel • Jochen Hipp • Martin Haueis • Maximilian Trepte • Carsten Brenk • Andreas Tamke • Mohammad Ghanaat • Markus Braun • Armin Joos • Hans Fritz • Horst Mock • Martin Hein • Eberhard Zeeb

Apr 22, 2014

IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine

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