Impact of Full Speed Range ACC on the Traffic, the Safety and the Energy Consumption

Abstract : In this paper, an assessment of the FSRACC impacts on a simultaneous combining of traffic, safety and environment is made on the basis of the simulation across a network while taking into account the penetration rate of FSRACC (from 0% to 100%). To carry out this study, it is necessary to have some indicators and models. Various variables can be used to evaluate the longitudinal ADAS impacts on these key characteristics referring to indicators of traffic, safety and environment that will therefore be used for this evaluation. Some models consider the behavior of individual drivers under the influence of vehicles in their proximity (microscopic models) or the collective flow of vehicles (macroscopic models) or the platoon of vehicles (mesoscopic models).Within the framework of this study, a simulator is developed with driver and FSRACC models. Both driver and FSRACC simulators are merged. The indicators matching each model are calculated, analyzed, interpreted and compared before and after merging according to the penetration rate of FSRACC equipped vehicles. It is shown that the proposed system can provide a natural following performance similar to a human driving. The proposed simulator can be used to evaluate other longitudinal ADAS based on accelerations models and to compare different kinds of such longitudinal ADAS.
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Prisca Laure Bogne Nyitchogna, Lydie Nouveliere, Olivier Orfila, Sébastien Glaser, Saïd Mammar. Impact of Full Speed Range ACC on the Traffic, the Safety and the Energy Consumption. 5th Transport Research Arena (TRA2014), Apr 2014, Paris, France. (elec. proc.). ⟨hal-01009739⟩

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