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Shared and cooperative control of ground and air vehicles: Introduction and general overview

Abstract : Emerging technologies in the field of automatization meanwhile enable partially and highly automated vehicles in the aviation and automotive domains, where the human operators are assisted or (partially/temporarily) replaced in their tasks by advanced automation systems. Nevertheless due to technological limitations and ethical reasons, full autonomous vehicles in both domains might not be realizable in the near future. Instead system designs, which enable shared and cooperative guidance and control of vehicles by human operators and automation systems could be more feasible solutions. This paper sketches a common framework of shared and cooperative control that describes the two concepts not as different but as coinciding concepts for the shared intentionality, control and cooperation between humans and machines. A brief overview off developed shared and cooperative control designs in the aviation and ground vehicle domain is given.
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Frank Flemisch, Yigiterkut Canpolat, Eugen Altendorf, Gyna Wessel, Makoto Itoh, et al.. Shared and cooperative control of ground and air vehicles: Introduction and general overview. 2017 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC), Oct 2017, Banff, AB, Canada. pp.858-863, ⟨10.1109/SMC.2017.8122717⟩. ⟨hal-03412508⟩

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