Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-12-033 Date: December 2012
The Exploratory Advanced Research Program
Recent International Activity in Cooperative Vehicle–Highway Automation Systems
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Topics: research, exploratory advanced research
Keywords: research, exploratory advanced research, Automated Vehicles, Autonomous Systems, Autonomous Vehicles, Cooperative Automation Systems, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Personal Rapid Transit Vehicles, Public Transport Systems, Vehicle Automation Systems, Vehicle-to Infrastructure Cooperation, Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications
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