Intelligent Vehicles

Petrovska, Olivera and Antoska-Knights, Vesna and Petrovski, Andon and Hristoski, Jovan (2018) Intelligent Vehicles. In: 2nd International Conference Towards Sustainable Development (TSD’2018).

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The history of intelligent vehicles has developed over the last two decades. Although the first ideas were born in the 1960s, the level of maturity of the technology at that time did not allow the pursuit of the original goal of implementing fully autonomous all-terrain, all-weather vehicles. Intelligent road vehicles cover specific aspects of intelligent vehicles such as enabling technologies, human factors and an analysis of social and economic impacts. Today the development of new technologies in transportation, respectively in the vehicles, is closely related to the problems of modern society - an increasing population increase and settling in densely built areas. Using ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems) in traffic brings significant improvement in transportation system performance, including reduced congestion and increased safety and traveler convenience.
This paper presents a variety of applications and components of ITS in vehicles. These systems have until recently looked like a distant future, but today they are part of the standard equipment, making all the systems in a vehicle a unique entity which seeks to reduce travel time, traffic accidents, fuel consumption, as well as to increase the capacity of roads and driving comfort. The advantages of intelligent vehicles in the near future in the best way and the proposed model of working with intelligent electronic car materials are also presented.
KEYWORDS: Intelligent transport¬ system, Intelligent vehicles, Traffic flow

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Natural sciences > Mathematics
Divisions: Faculty of Technology and Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Mr Jordan Martinovski
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2019 11:20
Last Modified: 23 Nov 2019 11:20

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