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Automated Driving as a Starting Point for Driverless Transport Tasks

Automated Driving as a Starting Point for Driverless Transport Tasks Mobile Automation D E V E L O P M EN T M O b Il E AUTOM ATI O n A U T HOR S Various driver assistance systems are already in use today. However, these must always be monitored by a driver in public road traffic. In other areas, though, driverless operation is possible. Edag Engineering enables automated driving functions for recurring tasks and processes outside of public road traffic by means of a central vehicle control Peter Weismüller, M. Sc. system. is Embedded Systems Project Manager at Edag Engineering GmbH in Fulda (Germany). Although autonomous driving is shipment centers at ports, agricultural already possible from a technical point sowing and harvesting processes, but of view, the legal framework does not yet also construction machinery at large permit the driverless operation of vehi­ construction sites, and vehicles on high­ cles on the public roads. Even with the risk terrain (contamination, off­ road and active support of comfort and safety sys­ in the mining industry). Dipl.-Ing Matthias Girlach is Head of Embedded Systems tems, responsibility remains with the at Edag Engineering GmbH in driver. Outside of public road transport, Fulda (Germany). CHALLENGES OF however, there are fields of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

Automated Driving as a Starting Point for Driverless Transport Tasks

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, part of Springer Nature 2021
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2524-8774
DOI
10.1007/s41321-021-0435-1
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Abstract

Mobile Automation D E V E L O P M EN T M O b Il E AUTOM ATI O n A U T HOR S Various driver assistance systems are already in use today. However, these must always be monitored by a driver in public road traffic. In other areas, though, driverless operation is possible. Edag Engineering enables automated driving functions for recurring tasks and processes outside of public road traffic by means of a central vehicle control Peter Weismüller, M. Sc. system. is Embedded Systems Project Manager at Edag Engineering GmbH in Fulda (Germany). Although autonomous driving is shipment centers at ports, agricultural already possible from a technical point sowing and harvesting processes, but of view, the legal framework does not yet also construction machinery at large permit the driverless operation of vehi­ construction sites, and vehicles on high­ cles on the public roads. Even with the risk terrain (contamination, off­ road and active support of comfort and safety sys­ in the mining industry). Dipl.-Ing Matthias Girlach is Head of Embedded Systems tems, responsibility remains with the at Edag Engineering GmbH in driver. Outside of public road transport, Fulda (Germany). CHALLENGES OF however, there are fields of

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Published: Sep 1, 2021

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