Conference paper

Solutions for Creating Virtual Tracks for Autonomous Vehicles, Based on Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Technology

M. Banach (Poznan Univ. of Techn. and Aptiv Services, Poland), P. Bogacki (Aptiv Services, Poland), Z. Długosz, T. Talaśka (Bydgoszcz Univ. of Science and Techn., Poland), R. Długosz (Aptiv Services and Bydgoszcz Univ. of Science and Techn., Poland)

Bydgoszcz University of Science and TechnologyIn this work, we propose a solution in which vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) technology could be used to provide virtual regular tracks, which would allow the vehicle to be kept on a specific lane with a specific accuracy for a longer stretch of road or in specific points/areas, e.g. in cities, at intersections or roundabouts. The proposed methods may in the future support selected functions belonging to advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), the operation of which requires precise determination of the position of the vehicle on the road. In this work, we focus on solutions that can be cheap to produce, assemble the elements of the system, and then maintain it in operation. One of the key aspects is to achieve small sizes and low energy consumption of the wireless sensors which will form the basis of its operation. The solutions proposed in this work can be treated as theoretical considerations, as so far there is no global V2I system in which they could be fully verified.

Download one page abstract

Receipt of papers:

March 15th, 2023

Notification of acceptance:

April 30th, 2023

Registration opening:

May 15th, 2023

Final paper versions:

May 15th, 2023