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Self-Driving Vehicles : Diagnostics & fault management

#Diagnostics & fault management
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Report Summary

According to the Self-Driving Vehicles Study report by EPO, advanced driver assistance systems, including adaptive cruise control, hill-start assist, park assist and lane-keeping assist, are already on the market.

Automotive manufacturers, their suppliers, and other tech companies are all currently engaged in pilot tests, including tests on public roads over considerable distances.

These developments will have a major impact on our transport system, including road use and traffic management. Connected automation could significantly increase safety and efficiency.

To prove the safety of autonomous vehicles, it is necessary to ensure dynamics control at the limit of vehicle controllability.

In this report, we have analyzed;

  • Monitoring autonomous system's operation
  • Detecting faults & generating recovery solutions

The Innovation Rate graph shows the annual patenting trend in the technology field.

This chart uses geographic coverage of simple family members.

This figure shows the leading ten organizations in the subject technology field. Organization with the largest portfolio is on the top.

Yearly application trend of top assignees show the change in patenting activity.

Technology focus graphic is a visual representation of 10 leading technology fields grouped under selected IPC (“International Patent Classification”) codes with regards to technology field in which the search was conducted. Each box corresponds to pre-identified IPC codes and the size of the box represents the number of patents in the technology area. This map is useful for visualizing the leading technology areas within the subject technology field and provides a reference for further patent data search as well as potential applications of technology areas within the subject technology field.

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