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5 March 2018 The simulation of emergent dispatch of cars for intelligent driving autos
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Proceedings Volume 10710, Young Scientists Forum 2017; 107102E (2018)
Event: Young Scientists Forum 2017, 2017, Shanghai, China
It is widely acknowledged that it is important for the development of intelligent cars to be widely accepted by the majority of car users. While most of the intelligent cars have the system of monitoring itself whether it is on the good situation to drive, it is also clear that studies should be performed on the way of cars for the emergent rescue of the intelligent vehicles. In this study, writer focus mainly on how to derive a separate system for the car caring teams to arrive as soon as they get the signal sent out by the intelligent driving autos. This simulation measure the time for the rescuing team to arrive, the cost it spent on arriving on the site of car problem happens, also how long the queue is when the rescuing auto is waiting to cross a road. This can be definitely in great use when there are a team of intelligent cars with one car immediately having problems causing it’s not moving and can be helpful in other situations. Through this way, the interconnection of cars can be a safety net for the drivers encountering difficulties in any time.
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Ziao Zheng "The simulation of emergent dispatch of cars for intelligent driving autos", Proc. SPIE 10710, Young Scientists Forum 2017, 107102E (5 March 2018);

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