Automatic lateral emergency collision avoidance for a passenger car

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Bevan, G.; Gollee, H.; O'Reilly, J.;

Longitudinal collision avoidance controllers are of limited benefit for preventing head-on collisions between road vehicles travelling at high speed or for preventing rear end collisions when there is insufficient separation between the vehicles. In these circumstances,... View more
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