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Introduction of HONDA ASV-2 (Passenger cars)

Article of Honda R&D Technical Review Vol.12 No.2

Summary

In response to the Advanced Safety Vehicle Project Phase 2 (ASV-2) proposed by the Ministry of Transport, we have addressed the two topics below with reference to the results from analysis of actual traffic accident conditions. After selecting effective technologies, we fabricated test vehicles for each of the objectives and moved forward with the research.
• Safety-enhancement through the reduction of both driver operating burden and rear-end collision damage through driving and operational support using CCD camera, radars, and related technology (Honda ASV-2, Vehicle 1).
• Enhancement of visual recognition to thereby provide information on the presence of motorcycles and pedestrians through information and visual support using communications and control devices, infrared cameras, and other technology (Honda ASV-2, Vehicle 2).
Research is proceeding on installation and implementation of each system, taking the basic approach of developing systems that will not interfere with driving operations. The test results on these systems have shown that they can be expected to produce accident-reducing effects. Minister of Transport approval was granted and road tests are being conducted on some of these technologies.

Reference

(1) T. Tsuruga et al.: Introduction of HONDA ASV, HONDA R&D Technical Review, Vol.8, p.1-11 (1996) (Written in Japanese)
(2) Statistical Annual Report of Traffic Accidents for 1998, Institute for Traffic Accident Research and Data Analysis, Japan (1999)
(3) Y. Fujita et al.: Development of Intelligent Highway Cruise Control, Speed and Internal Control at High Speeds Proc. of JSAE, No.114-99, 235(1999) (Written in Japanese)
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(5) K. Mineta, K. Unoura, T. Ikeda: Development of a Lane Mark Recognition System for a Lane Keeping Assist System, HONDA R&D Technical Review, Vol.12 No.1, p.101-108 (1999) (Written in Japanese)
(6) Ikegaya, M., Asanuma, N., Ishida, S., Kondo, S.: “Development of a Lane Following Assistance System”, Proc. of the International Symposium on Advanced Vehicle Control, p.473-478 (1998)
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(9) T. Hama: Researching Methods of Detecting Forward Vehicles with Infrared Image, Proceedings of the 4th Tokyo AVSC Conference, p.31-37 (March 26, 1999) (Written in Japanese)
(10) H. Uno, K. Hiramatsu: Relationship Between Time Margin and Driver’s Steering Avoidance in an Urgent Situation, The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics, Vol.35, No.4, p.219-227 (1999) (Written in Japanese)
(11) K. Yamamoto et al.: Introduction of HONDA ASV-2 (Motorcycles), HONDA R&D Technical Review, Vol.12 No.2, p.9-16 (2000) (Written in Japanese)

Author (organization or company)

Nobuyoshi ASANUMA(Tochigi R&D Center)、Makoto KAWAI(Tochigi R&D Center)、Akio TAKAHASHI(Tochigi R&D Center)、Takayuki TSUJI(Tochigi R&D Center)

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