Audrey Vazzana (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology)
Savannah Ball (Monmouth College)
Emily Baschab (University of Alabama)
Current adaptive cruise controllers can use radar sensors to follow a vehicle ahead at high speeds (40+ mph), but reach their limits if the vehicle ahead must slow down or stop, requiring the driver to resume control over the car’s speed. This project explores how to create low-speed adaptive cruise controllers that can safely operate in congested traffic.
CPS-IoT Week is the premier event on Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet-of-Things Research, and three researchers from the CAT Vehicle will have their results published there in 2021. Emily Baschab (University of Alabama), Savannah Ball (Monmouth College), and Audrey Vazzana (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) continued work on their final paper, and submitted as a Work-In-Progress to the conference, where they will have an opportunity to present a poster on their work.