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Safety & Trust

One of the effective factors to determine the efficiency of electric vehicles is people's trust. There are many ways to gain people's trust in manufacturers and autonomous vehicles. For example, providing a short version of the performance of electric vehicles and making it available to the public or conducting a driving simulator test can increase people's confidence and change their attitude towards this model of vehicle.

Trust-Based Route Planning for Automated Vehicles

Shili Sheng • Erfan Pakdamanian • Kyungtae Han • Ziran Wang • John Lenneman • Lu Feng

May 1, 2021

ICCPS '21: Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE 12th International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems

Autonomous Driving Ethics: from Trolley Problem to Ethics of Risk

Maximilian Geisslinger • Franziska Poszler • Johannes Betz • Christoph Lütge • Markus Lienkamp

Apr 1, 2021

Philosophy & Technology

Assessing Pavement Friction Need for Safe Integration of Autonomous Vehicles into Current Road System

Guangyuan Zhao • Liyuan Liu • Shuo Li • Susan Tighe

Mar 1, 2021

Journal of Infrastructure Systems

Quantifying the automated vehicle safety performance: A scoping review of the literature, evaluation of methods, and directions for future research

Soheil Sohrabi • Ali Khodadadi • Seyedeh Maryam Mousavi • Bahar Dadashova • Dominique Lord

Mar 1, 2021

Accident Analysis & Prevention

Investigating the safety and operational benefits of mixed traffic environments with different automated vehicle market penetration rates in the proximity of a driveway on an urban arterial

Seyedeh Maryam Mousavi • Osama A.Osman • Dominique Lord • Karen K.Dixon • BaharDadashova

Mar 1, 2021

Accident Analysis & Prevention

Drivers and Barriers to Implementation of Connected, Automated, Shared, and Electric Vehicles: An Agenda for Future Research

Amirsaman Mahdavian • Alireza Shojaei • Scott Mccormick • Timothy Papandreou • Naveen Eluru • Amr A. Oloufa

Feb 1, 2021

IEEE Access

Criticality Analysis for the Verification and Validation of Automated Vehicles

Christian Neurohr • Lukas Westhofen • Martin Butz • Martin Herbert Bollmann • Ulrich Eberle • Roland Galbas

Jan 21, 2021


Decentralized optimal merging control for Connected and Automated Vehicles with safety constraint guarantees

Wei Xiao • Christos G.Cassandras

Jan 1, 2021


Real-Time Adaptive Velocity Optimization for Autonomous Electric Cars at the Limits of Handling

Thomas Herrmann • Alexander Wischnewski • Leonhard Hermansdorfer • Johannes Betz • Markus Lienkamp

Dec 1, 2020

IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles


Stilgoe, Jack • Cummings, Missy

Sep 1, 2020

Issues in Science and Technology

Can Autonomous Vehicles Enhance Traffic Safety at Unsignalized Intersections?

Seyedeh Maryam Mousavi • Dominique Lord • Bahar Dadashova • Seyed Reza Mousavi

Aug 31, 2020

International Conference on Transportation and Development 2020

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

Regulations for on-road testing of connected and automated vehicles: Assessing the potential for global safety harmonization

Dasom Lee • David J.Hess

Jun 1, 2020

Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice

A Fault Detection and Diagnosis System for Autonomous Vehicles Based on Hybrid Approaches

Yukun Fang • Haigen Min • Wuqi Wang • Zhigang Xu

Apr 1, 2020

IEEE Sensors Journal

Exploring the who, what, when, where, and why of automated vehicle disengagements

Alexandra M.Boggs • RaminArvin • Asad J.Khattak

Mar 1, 2020

Accident Analysis & Prevention

Prediction of Moving Bottleneck for Safety Autonomous Driving

D. Wegerle • B. S. Kerner • M. Schreckenberg • S. L. Klenov

Mar 1, 2020

2020 Systems of Signals Generating and Processing in the Field of on Board Communications

Assessing the Long- and Mid-Term Effects of Connected and Automated Vehicles on Highways’ Traffic Flow and Capacity

A. Mahdavian • A. Shojaei • A. Oloufa

Nov 4, 2019

International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure

A Case Study of Trust on Autonomous Driving

Shili Sheng • Erfan Pakdamanian • Kyungtae Han • BaekGyu Kim • Prashant Tiwari • Inki Kim • Lu Feng

Oct 1, 2019

2019 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC)

Exploring the mechanism of crashes with automated vehicles using statistical modeling approaches

Song Wang • Zhixia Li

Mar 28, 2019


Users’ Understanding of Automated Vehicles and Perception to Improve Traffic Safety — Results from a National Survey

Kim, W • Kelley-Baker, T • Sener, I N • Zmud, J • Graham, M • Kolek, S

Dec 1, 2018

© 2019 AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

Review of trajectory optimisation for connected automated vehicles

Yu Wang 1 • Xiaopeng Li 1 • Handong Yao

Oct 30, 2018

The Institution of Engineering and Technology

A decentralized energy-optimal control framework for connected automated vehicles at signal-free intersections

Andreas A.Malikopoulos • Christos G.Cassandras • Yue J.Zhang

Jul 1, 2018


Safety Impacts of Automated Vehicles in Mixed Traffic

Ramin Arvin • Mohsen Kamrani • Asad J Khattak • Jackeline Rios-Torres

Jan 8, 2018

TRB committee AHB45 Standing Committee on Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics

Potential Improvements in Safety and Efficiency with Autonomous Trucking

Brandon Schoettle • Michael Sivak

Dec 1, 2017

The University of Michigan
Sustainable Worldwide Transportation

Real-Time Motion Planning With Applications to Autonomous Urban Driving

Yoshiaki Kuwata • Justin Teo • Gaston Fiore • Sertac Karaman • Emilio Frazzoli • Jonathan P. How

Jul 28, 2009

IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology

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