Reduction of environmental effects of traffic is a big industrial and social challenge. Technologies that help drivers achieving the lower fuel consumption and emission level possible are a promising approach. The concept is widely known as eco-driving. A real-time microscopic fuel consumption model is presented in this paper as the core of an eco and sustainable Advanced Driving Assistance System solution, designed for keeping the vehicle within the environmentally friendly driving zone and hence reduce harmful exhaust gases. The model is here proposed and a large survey devoted to its calibration and validation presented.

Fuel consumption evaluation for the testing of advanced driving assistance systems: first issues and solutions

BIFULCO, GENNARO NICOLA
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GALANTE, Francesco;PARIOTA, LUIGI;RUSSO SPENA, MARIA
2015

Abstract

Reduction of environmental effects of traffic is a big industrial and social challenge. Technologies that help drivers achieving the lower fuel consumption and emission level possible are a promising approach. The concept is widely known as eco-driving. A real-time microscopic fuel consumption model is presented in this paper as the core of an eco and sustainable Advanced Driving Assistance System solution, designed for keeping the vehicle within the environmentally friendly driving zone and hence reduce harmful exhaust gases. The model is here proposed and a large survey devoted to its calibration and validation presented.
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