"Promoting Trust in Self-Driving Vehicles"
, in Nature Electronics 3, 292?294, Vol. 3, Springer Nature, Seite(n) 292-294, 6-2020
Promoting Trust in Self-Driving Vehicles
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Autonomous vehicles have been anticipated for decades, and the first
remote-controlled vehicles appeared, in fact, in the 1920s. Today, many vehicles are equipped with intelligent functionalities, such as lane-keeping assistance and automated braking. But, self-driving vehicles require a higher level of automation and features, including the detection of other vehicles and pedestrians, and the monitoring of the manual driver?s behavior in case control needs to be handed back.