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Autobusy : technika, eksploatacja, systemy transportowe

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Simplified car simulator usage in hmi research in chosen active safety systems conditions, for semi-autonomous vehicles

Autorzy Dziewoński, T.  Jastrzębski, D.  Mirosław, M.  Golonka, K. 
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Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
EN Car simulators are an extremely important tool, allowing to test drivers in an environment similar to real driving conditions. Such a research provide many useful information for designing either driver aiding systems or systems use by driver. The newest car simulator can apply accelerations to the driver which are near to real ones (up to 0.8g), they have 6 degrees of freedom and move around 10m across the hangar (in which they are kept), but high price and space needed to build such a device complicate access to such a simulator. Aim of presented article is intended to show, that relatively simple car simulator can be used in many different researches with volunteers, and how results of such a research can be used in developing active safety systems
Słowa kluczowe
PL samochodowy symulator jazdy   pojazd półautomatyczny   samochodowy system bezpieczeństwa  
EN car simulator   semi-automatic vehicle   motor vehicle safety system  
Wydawca Instytut Naukowo-Wydawniczy "SPATIUM". sp. z o.o.
Czasopismo Autobusy : technika, eksploatacja, systemy transportowe
Rocznik 2016
Tom R. 17, nr 12
Strony 1003--1009
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 47 poz., il., rys., wykr., pełen tekst na CD
Twórcy
autor Dziewoński, T.
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering
autor Jastrzębski, D.
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering
autor Mirosław, M.
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering
autor Golonka, K.
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering
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