Integrated Collision Warning System Final Technical Report

U. of C. PATH and CMU RI
FTA-PA-26-7006-04.1, December, 2004

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Based on the foundation of the frontal and side collision warning systems, the Frontal Collision Warning System (FCWS) and Side Collision Warning System (SCWS) teams joined efforts to improve the collision warning algorithms. The objective of the ICWS Program is to study how frontal and side collision warning system might interface with each other, and to develop prototype ICWS systems on two buses, one at Samtrans and the other at PAT. The prototype ICWS buses have been in revenue operation in the Bay Area and Pittsburgh to collect field operational data and driver responses. The results of the ICWS design, build, and integration efforts as well as an analysis of early data collections to evolve the warning algorithms are documented in this final technical report. Evaluation and performance analysis are currently being finalized and will be issued in a separate report.

collision warning, lidar, radar

Sponsor: U.S DOT FTA, California DOT, Pennsylvania DOT
Grant ID: 250969449000
Associated Center(s) / Consortia: Vision and Autonomous Systems Center
Associated Lab(s) / Group(s): NavLab
Associated Project(s): Transit Bus Collision Warning Systems

Text Reference
U. of C. PATH and CMU RI, "Integrated Collision Warning System Final Technical Report," FTA-PA-26-7006-04.1, December, 2004

BibTeX Reference
   author = "U. of C. PATH and CMU RI",
   title = "Integrated Collision Warning System Final Technical Report",
   booktitle = "FTA-PA-26-7006-04.1",
   month = "December",
   year = "2004",