Nowadays, vehicle safety systems in addition to save lives, has other applications such as the prevention of accidents and driver guidance as well. Our research group carries out the design, evaluation and implementation of a variety of vehicle safety control systems. This group, by collaboration of students from Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering tries to design and localize these systems. The existence of a variety of computer and electronic equipment along with an automatic car, enable achieving defined goals in the projects.
The general goals in the Advance Vehicle Control System Lab are as follows:
- Simulation of various driving behaviors: Car-Following, Lane Change, Take Over and Stop-Go.
- Designing of different types of vehicle safety control systems: Collision Avoidance, Safe Distance Recognition, Driver Distraction Recognition and . . .
- Implementation of the designed safety control systems on a real vehicle
- Testing and validation of the designed safety control systems on different driving behaviors