DE102016211363A1 - Adapting an autonomous driving system to a user profile - Google Patents

Adapting an autonomous driving system to a user profile

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DE102016211363A1
DE102016211363A1 DE102016211363.1A DE102016211363A DE102016211363A1 DE 102016211363 A1 DE102016211363 A1 DE 102016211363A1 DE 102016211363 A DE102016211363 A DE 102016211363A DE 102016211363 A1 DE102016211363 A1 DE 102016211363A1
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60WCONJOINT CONTROL OF VEHICLE SUB-UNITS OF DIFFERENT TYPE OR DIFFERENT FUNCTION; CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR HYBRID VEHICLES; ROAD VEHICLE DRIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR PURPOSES NOT RELATED TO THE CONTROL OF A PARTICULAR SUB-UNIT
    • B60W50/00Details of control systems for road vehicle drive control not related to the control of a particular sub-unit, e.g. process diagnostic or vehicle driver interfaces
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    • B60W50/10Interpretation of driver requests or demands
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60WCONJOINT CONTROL OF VEHICLE SUB-UNITS OF DIFFERENT TYPE OR DIFFERENT FUNCTION; CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR HYBRID VEHICLES; ROAD VEHICLE DRIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR PURPOSES NOT RELATED TO THE CONTROL OF A PARTICULAR SUB-UNIT
    • B60W40/00Estimation or calculation of non-directly measurable driving parameters for road vehicle drive control systems not related to the control of a particular sub unit, e.g. by using mathematical models
    • B60W40/08Estimation or calculation of non-directly measurable driving parameters for road vehicle drive control systems not related to the control of a particular sub unit, e.g. by using mathematical models related to drivers or passengers
    • B60W40/09Driving style or behaviour
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60WCONJOINT CONTROL OF VEHICLE SUB-UNITS OF DIFFERENT TYPE OR DIFFERENT FUNCTION; CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR HYBRID VEHICLES; ROAD VEHICLE DRIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR PURPOSES NOT RELATED TO THE CONTROL OF A PARTICULAR SUB-UNIT
    • B60W50/00Details of control systems for road vehicle drive control not related to the control of a particular sub-unit, e.g. process diagnostic or vehicle driver interfaces
    • B60W2050/0062Adapting control system settings
    • B60W2050/0075Automatic parameter input, automatic initialising or calibrating means
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    • B60W2050/0088Adaptive recalibration
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60WCONJOINT CONTROL OF VEHICLE SUB-UNITS OF DIFFERENT TYPE OR DIFFERENT FUNCTION; CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR HYBRID VEHICLES; ROAD VEHICLE DRIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR PURPOSES NOT RELATED TO THE CONTROL OF A PARTICULAR SUB-UNIT
    • B60W50/00Details of control systems for road vehicle drive control not related to the control of a particular sub-unit, e.g. process diagnostic or vehicle driver interfaces
    • B60W2050/0062Adapting control system settings
    • B60W2050/0075Automatic parameter input, automatic initialising or calibrating means
    • B60W2050/0089Historical data record of previous events

Abstract

A method for adapting the behavior of an autonomous vehicle control device (20) of a vehicle (49) to a user profile is described as part of the method, individual driving data (FD) are detected, which relate to the driving and control behavior of at least one driver an individual driving profile (FP) is recorded on the basis of the individual driving data (FD) which describes a characteristic behavior of the at least one driver in specific traffic situations Finally, the vehicle (4) is automatically controlled on the basis of the individual driving profile (FP) An automated vehicle control device 20 is described, and an autonomously controlled vehicle 4 is described.

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  • The invention relates to a method for adapting the behavior of an autonomous vehicle control device of a vehicle to a user profile. In addition, the invention relates to an automated vehicle control device. Moreover, the invention relates to an autonomously controlled vehicle.
  • Both in the control of motor vehicles and in the control of railway trains the degree of automation continues to increase. This applies in particular to the horizontal movement of railway trains and the horizontal and lateral movement of motor vehicles by road. So far, partially automated control and steering systems such as e.g. so-called lane keeping systems, distance holding systems, congestion assistance systems, parking assistance systems and systems for automated evasion of pedestrians and cyclists, used as standard.
  • In the course of the further development of the autonomous control systems, the control of the vehicle movements is transferred step by step from the driver to a system of vehicle control and infrastructure control. The behavior of the respective automated control by the driver is only conditionally influenced, which is also entirely in the sense of this development, since errors should be avoided by the driver through the automated control of vehicles.
  • However, there is still an interest of the driver in a more individual embodiment of a system for automatic control installed in his vehicle. For example, within the respective valid standards and standards, such as the StVO in traffic, possible variations in the control of vehicles. For example, a particular driver prefers a more defensive driving style in which acceleration in response to a change in movement of the vehicle tends to be low, and another driver is more likely to have an offensive driving style in which a higher acceleration value is preferred. In railway systems, the desired acceleration may be e.g. depend on a design of a timetable and the comfort requirements, so that individually adjusted acceleration values can be beneficial in this area.
  • While conventionally, in automated control systems, individual parameters such as e.g. a minimum distance of a distance control system or train distances defined by the user or operator, but so far a steady or even completely individually programmable adjustment is not possible.
  • It is therefore an object of the present invention to enable an individual and largely automated adaptation of an automated control of a vehicle to an individual driving profile.
  • This object is achieved by a method for adapting the behavior of an autonomous vehicle control device of a vehicle to a user profile according to patent claim 1, an automated vehicle control device according to patent claim 11 and an autonomously controlled vehicle according to patent claim 12.
  • In the method according to the invention for adapting the behavior of an autonomous vehicle control device of a vehicle to a user profile, first in an active driving mode in which at least one driver actively controls a vehicle, individual driving data relating to the driving and control behavior of the at least one vehicle driver are detected. As an autonomous vehicle control device to be understood in this context, both teilautonomous vehicle control devices, such as lane keeping assistance systems, automated parking systems, automated parking systems and the like, as well as fully automated vehicle controls that can control a vehicle completely without intervention of a driver. Under an active control of a vehicle by the driver should be understood that the driver of the driving behavior of the vehicle, for example, by direct control units, actively determines, ie in particular the vehicle dynamics and possibly, ie in the case of road vehicles, the change of direction of the Vehicle itself determined. A method for detecting driving data of an individual driver is eg in Chenyi Chen et al .: Deme Driving: Learning Affordance for Direct Perception in Autonomous Driving, Princeton University, http://deepdriving.cs.princeton.edu/paper.pdf described.
  • The driving data includes logged information about a vehicle's driving behavior, such as a trajectory or trajectories traveled by a vehicle, positions, date and time of day, speed, acceleration, steering behavior in recorded traffic situations in which it is from a particular vehicle Driver, and preferably also recorded data relating to objects occurring in the vicinity of the vehicle and other road users and possibly also their driving or movement patterns, which can give valuable information regarding the circumstances of a particular traffic situation and thus allow conclusions to be drawn on patterns of behavior of the driver in certain situations. On the basis of the individual driving data, an individual driving profile is generated which describes a characteristic behavior of the at least one driver in specific traffic situations. Such a driving profile allows a certain abstraction or generalization of the driving behavior of a driver of his behavior when driving a certain distance at a certain time. Rather, in the context of creating a driving profile is trying to determine general behavior patterns of the driver in the control of the vehicle and quantify. Finally, in an autonomous driving mode, automated control of a vehicle is based on the individual driving profile. Advantageously, the driving behavior of an autonomously controlled vehicle can be adapted to a driving behavior of the vehicle driver. This is done directly by recording and evaluating the driving behavior of the driver. A manual adjustment of individual parameters of the automated control of the vehicle is not necessary, so that the adaptation of the control to the individual driving behavior of the driver is simplified and also more accurate, since the adjustment is made directly on the basis of measured values and not based on the self - assessment of the Driver himself.
  • The automated vehicle control device according to the invention has a driving data detection unit for detecting individual driving data relating to the driving and control behavior of at least one driver. It also includes a driving profile generating unit for generating an individual driving profile on the basis of the individual driving data, which describe a characteristic behavior of the at least one driver in specific traffic situations. Part of the automated vehicle control device according to the invention is also an autonomous control unit for automated control of the vehicle based on the individual driving profile.
  • The autonomously controlled vehicle according to the invention has sensors for detecting the surroundings of the vehicle and an automated vehicle control device according to the invention. The sensors can be used both for recording the driving data of the driver in the active driving mode and for detecting driving data and environmental data in the autonomous control of the vehicle with the aid of the automated vehicle control device.
  • The essential components of the automated vehicle control device according to the invention can be designed predominantly in the form of software components. This relates in particular to the driving data acquisition unit, the driving profile generating unit and the autonomous control unit. In principle, however, these components can also be partly realized, in particular in the case of particularly fast calculations, in the form of software-supported hardware, for example FPGAs or the like. Likewise, the required interfaces between individual units, for example, if it is only about a transfer of data from other software components, be designed as software interfaces. However, they can also be configured as hardware-based interfaces, which are controlled by suitable software.
  • A largely software implementation has the advantage that even previously used automated vehicle control devices can be retrofitted in a simple manner by a software update to work in the inventive way. In this respect, the object is also achieved by a computer program product which can be loaded directly into a memory of a vehicle control device, with program code sections in order to carry out all steps of the method according to the invention when the program is executed in the vehicle control device.
  • The dependent claims and the following description each contain particularly advantageous embodiments and further developments of the invention. In this case, in particular the claims of a claim category can also be developed analogously to the dependent claims of another claim category. In addition, in the context of the invention, the various features of different embodiments and claims can also be combined to form new embodiments.
  • In a preferred embodiment of the method according to the invention, the individual driving data are detected with the aid of sensors of the vehicle and / or an infrastructure surrounding the vehicle. The sensors may include, for example, rotary encoders for determining travel speeds, accelerometers for determining transverse accelerations, steering sensors for determining a steering angle, position determination sensors, such as GPS receivers or position determination units arranged on the infrastructure side, for example based on an optical detection of the vehicle. With the help of the sensors, up-to-date and exact information can be obtained both in terms of the Driving behavior of a vehicle as well as on the current environment or traffic situation in which the vehicle is located, and this information is taken into account in the generation of an individual driving profile with.
  • Particularly preferably, the individual driving data are detected with the aid of a driving simulator, which is actuated by the at least one driver. In this variant, the driving data are thus not determined with an automatically controlled vehicle itself, but separated in a driving simulator in which a single driver or a group of drivers depart simulated routes and their driving behavior is recorded and evaluated. The driving profile determined from these data is subsequently transmitted to one or more automatically controlled vehicles, so that they can be autonomously controlled in accordance with the driving profile of the vehicle driver who previously operated in the driving simulator.
  • In a particularly effective variant of the method according to the invention, the individual driving profile comprises preferences of the at least one driver with respect to a reaction in specific traffic situations. In this case, the reaction of the vehicle driver preferably relates to the driving dynamics as well as the speed and / or extent of a change of direction in response to the respective traffic situation. In this way, a driving behavior of a particular driver or a group of drivers can be correlated with certain traffic situations and thus generalized. That is, a specific driver's response may also be transmitted to traffic situations similar to the traffic situations occurring during the recording.
  • Particularly preferably, the driving dynamics include an acceleration in specific traffic situations. In this context, an acceleration should be understood as meaning both an acceleration with positive acceleration values and an acceleration with negative acceleration values, ie braking. It should also be understood as an acceleration in the direction of travel, but also a lateral acceleration. According to the invention, therefore, the acceleration forces that occur can be adapted to an individual preference of a vehicle driver so that, depending on the personality of the vehicle driver, an optimum of well-being is achieved during an automatically controlled journey.
  • The individual driving profile can be transmitted both to a single vehicle and to a plurality of automatically controlled vehicles. For example, a driving profile, which was created on the basis of a vehicle driver, can be optimized with regard to specific target positions. These objectives may be e.g. involve a time saving or an energy saving. Such an adapted driving style can be transmitted to a variety of vehicles using the method according to the invention, without the individual vehicles have to be driven or adjusted individually in advance.
  • Conversely, a plurality of individual driving profiles can be transmitted to an automated control system of a single vehicle, wherein a driver from the individual driving profiles can select a suitable him driving profile. If e.g. different driving profiles, which have been optimized with respect to different objectives, provided, so one and the same driver depending on the purpose and circumstances of his ride select a different driving profile, which seems to him most appropriate.
  • Additionally, the automated control of the vehicle may be based on sensor data from sensors of the vehicle and / or the infrastructure surrounding the vehicle. This sensor data is needed so that the automated control device can get an idea of the current environment and traffic situation and can determine a suitable reaction taking into account a driving profile.
  • Preferably, the automated controlled vehicle is a rail vehicle or a road vehicle, more preferably an electrified truck. Trucks in particular often have to travel long distances at relatively uniform speeds over a long period of time, so that automated controls are particularly suitable for these vehicles in order to relieve the driver of the vehicle and to prevent premature fatigue. Thus, the traffic safety and comfort are improved for longer trips.
  • The invention will be explained in more detail below with reference to the accompanying figures with reference to embodiments. Show it:
  • 1 a flowchart illustrating a method for adjusting the behavior of a vehicle autonomous control device of a vehicle to a user profile according to an embodiment of the invention,
  • 2 a schematic representation of an automated vehicle Control device according to an embodiment of the invention,
  • 3 a representation of an electrified truck with a vehicle control device according to an embodiment of the invention.
  • In 1 is a flowchart 100 showing a method for adjusting the behavior of an autonomous vehicle controller 20 (please refer 2 . 3 ) of a vehicle 4 (please refer 3 ) to a user profile according to an embodiment of the invention. At the step 1.I be in a vehicle 4 in an active driving mode in which a driver drives his vehicle 4 automatically controls, first individual driving data FD from an autonomous vehicle control device 20 detected. These driving data FD can eg by sensors on the vehicle 4 detected and to the autonomous vehicle control device 20 be transmitted. The driving data FD can also, as in 3 shown by camera systems 34 on the infrastructure, in this case on the electricity pylons 45 a catenary 50 with which the vehicle in question 4 is supplied with electrical energy generated. As in 3 It can be seen from the camera systems 34 from the vehicle 4 recorded image data BD through an evaluation unit 35 in position data PD of the vehicle 4 converted and via a transmitting / receiving system 36 . 40 to the vehicle 4 transmitted. There, the position data PD to the vehicle control device 20 transmitted.
  • At one step 1.II the driving data FD, are evaluated to the effect that position data, speed data and acceleration data are determined and derived therefrom a characteristic behavior of the driver. It is determined, for example, that the driver in a particular section, for example in front of a hilltop, decelerates particularly strong or rather gently accelerated, maintains a large distance to vehicles driving in front of him and anticipates or slows down if an obstacle occurs or before driving a vehicle for some reason starts to slow down. In addition, the behavior of the driver when driving curves is determined. This may, for example, concern the question of whether the driver brakes relatively early, for example when entering a curve, and which maximum lateral forces occur when cornering. Furthermore, the driver's typical behavior regarding his position relative to a traffic lane is also determined, that is, whether he is in the middle of the traffic lane or in the lane to the right or left. From the above data, a driving profile FP is created, which in the future of an automated vehicle control device 20 can be used to mimic the driving style of the driver in question.
  • Finally, at one step 1.III changed into an automated control mode and the vehicle 4 is from the automated vehicle control device 20 controlled using the determined driving profile FP.
  • In 2 is an automated vehicle control device 20 shown schematically according to an embodiment of the invention. The automated vehicle control device 20 includes a sensor data input interface 21 which receives sensor data SD from different sensors (not shown) mounted on the vehicle 4 (please refer 3 ), which is the automated control device 20 includes. Furthermore, the automated control device 20 an infrastructure data input interface 22 on which infrastructure data ID, eg those related to 1 said position data, which with the help of an infrastructure side arranged camera 34 (please refer 3 ) are received. The received data SD, ID are sent to a driving data determining unit 23 transmitted, which on the basis of said data SD, ID individual driving data FD, determine the driving and control behavior of the current driver. The determined driving data FD are sent to a driving profile generating unit 24 transmitted, which determines based on an individual driving profile FP, which maps a characteristic behavior of the driver in specific traffic situations. The driving profile FP is sent to an autonomous control unit 25 transmitted by the vehicle (see 3 ) in an autonomous driving mode based on the individual driving profile FP controls. For this purpose, the automated control unit transmits 25 Control data STD via an output interface 26 to be controlled units, such as a steering unit, a brake unit or an engine control of the vehicle.
  • In 3 is a section of an electrified transport system 30 with an electrified truck 4 with a vehicle control device 20 shown according to an embodiment of the invention. The electrified truck 4 draws its electrical energy via a catenary 50 , The overhead contact line 50 has as a return conductor (in the side view is only a contact wire 52 to recognize) trained contact wires 52 on, over a lane of a roadway 42 parallel to each other. For this purpose, the overhead contact line 50 Masts erected at the side of the lane 45 on which jib (not shown) laterally over a lane of the roadway 42 protrude. Above the lane also run two suspension cables 53 which are supported by the cantilevers and sag between them in a chain line. At every carrying rope 53 ever hangs a contact wire 52 on a variety of hanging ropes 54 whose lengths decrease with increasing distance from the arms, thus an approximately constant contact wire height above the roadway 42 can be adjusted.
  • The vehicle 4 has a pantograph 39 on. The position determination of the vehicle 4 and a lateral tracking of the pantograph 39 require a reliable determination of the relative position of the vehicle 4 to a fixed reference point. For the detection and determination of the relative position of the vehicle 4 is in the in 3 shown embodiment, a stationary position detecting device 33 intended. The stationary position determining device 33 includes a detector device 34 , in this embodiment, a video detector 34 , The video detector 34 is this for recording video images BD front 48a , or to the front cabin 48 of the electric vehicle 4 aligned. The position detection device 33 indicates in addition to the video detector 34 also a relative position determination unit designed as an evaluation unit 35 based on that of the video detector 34 detected image data BD a relative position of the electric vehicle 4 to the video detector 34 comprehensive position data PD determined. The video detector 34 can be used as a stereo camera to capture 3D images or as a runtime camera for distance measurement between the video detector 34 and an electric vehicle 4 be educated. The video detector 34 may comprise an exposure unit, not shown, for the emission of infrared light in the direction of a detection axis of the video detector 34 is trained. In this variant, the video detector 34 itself also be designed as an infrared detector, which works well even in the dark.
  • It can also additionally a reflection surface on the front side of the electric vehicle 4 be educated. Accordingly, the detection axis of the video detector 34 aligned in the direction of travel V or at an acute angle to this, so that reflected light from the reflection surface, such as daylight, light from vehicle headlights or infrared light of an exposure unit of the video detector 34 , from the video detector 34 is recorded.
  • The from the evaluation unit 35 determined position data PD are using a transmitting unit 36 to a receiving unit 40 of the electrified vehicle 4 transmitted. From the receiving unit 40 the position data PD are transmitted to an automated vehicle control device 20 transmitted in accordance with an embodiment of the invention. The automated vehicle control device 20 has in this particular embodiment, in addition to the control of the direction of travel of the vehicle and its speed and a function for positioning the pantograph 39 of the vehicle 4 on. Dodge the vehicle 4 eg in the transverse direction from a position directly below the contact wires 52 From this, either this deviation can be corrected by correcting the position of the vehicle 4 be compensated in the transverse direction or it will be the position of the pantograph 39 adjusted in the transverse direction. The latter may be useful, for example, if the driver of the vehicle 4 intentionally deviate from the ideal line, for example, to have a better view of passing vehicles in front of him or to be able to maintain a sufficient safety distance to a vehicle driving next to him. Even such an offset can be individually dependent on the driver and stored in a driving profile.
  • The vehicle control device 20 in this embodiment, therefore, uses the driving profile of the user not only to adapt the driving behavior of the vehicle 4 in the longitudinal direction, but also in the transverse direction. Nevertheless, to contact the contact wires 52 to be retained by the vehicle control device 20 simultaneously controlled the pantograph in the transverse direction so automated that it remains in electrical connection with the contact wires. For this purpose, the vehicle control device uses 20 the obtained position data PD so not only to control the direction of travel and speed of the vehicle, but also in addition to the positioning of the pantograph.
  • The pantograph 39 of the vehicle 4 has two support arms 39a on that a seesaw arrangement 47 with sanding strips 47a wear. The support arms 39a are rotatably mounted on the vehicle side about horizontal axes, whereby the rocker assembly 47 by means of a lifting device, not shown, between a lower rest position, in which the current collector 39 above the driver's cab 48 is stored, and an upper working position in which the sanding strips 47a the contact wires 52 contact, can be raised and lowered. Furthermore, the support arms 39a The vehicle side rotatably mounted about vertical axes, causing the rocker assembly 47 by means not shown actuators laterally, ie transversely to a direction of travel V of the vehicle 4 , is pivotable. This makes it possible, the rocker assembly 47 with lateral driving inaccuracies within the lane of the roadway 42 adjust so that the sanding strips 47a the sliding contact with the contact wires 52 and thus maintain the energy feed.
  • The automated vehicle control unit calculates this 20 based on the obtained position information PD as well as from the current one Position of the rocker arrangement 47 a manipulated variable for the actuators such that the grinding bars 47a within their working area the contact wires 52 to contact. For this purpose, the automated vehicle control device 20 connected to the actuators to transmit to this one of the calculated manipulated variable corresponding control signal. The actuators pivot the rocker assembly 47 by rotation of the support arms 39a around their vertical axes.
  • It is finally pointed out again that the above-described methods and devices are merely preferred embodiments of the invention and that the invention can be varied by a person skilled in the art without departing from the scope of the invention, as far as it is specified by the claims. This is how the automated vehicle control system became 20 explained primarily with reference to an application for controlling a vehicle on the road. However, the invention is not limited to the application in road traffic, but the invention can also be basically applied to other traffic systems, such as rail systems and ships or even airplanes. For the sake of completeness, it is also pointed out that the use of indefinite articles does not exclude "a" or "one", that the characteristics in question can also be present multiple times. Likewise, the term "unit" does not exclude that it consists of several components, which may possibly also be spatially distributed.
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  1. Method for adjusting the behavior of an autonomous vehicle control device ( 20 ) of a vehicle ( 4 ) to a user profile (FP), comprising the steps: - detecting individual driving data (FD) relating to the driving and control behavior of at least one driver, - generating an individual driving profile (FP) on the basis of the individual driving data (FD) a characteristic behavior of the at least one driver in specific traffic situations, - automated control of a vehicle ( 4 ) based on the individual driving profile (FP).
  2. Method according to claim 1, wherein the individual driving data (FD) are determined by means of sensors of the vehicle ( 4 ) and / or the vehicle ( 4 ) surrounding infrastructure ( 34 ).
  3. The method of claim 1 or 2, wherein the individual driving data (FD) are detected by means of a driving simulator, which is operated by the at least one driver.
  4. Method according to one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the individual driving profile (FP) includes preferences of the at least one driver with respect to a reaction in specific traffic situations.
  5. The method of claim 4, wherein the driver's response relates to vehicle dynamics as well as the speed and extent of a direction change.
  6. The method of claim 5, wherein the driving dynamics comprises an acceleration in specific traffic situations.
  7. Method according to one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the individual driving profile (FP) on a plurality of automated vehicles ( 4 ) is transmitted.
  8. Method according to one of claims 1 to 7, wherein a plurality of individual driving profiles (FP) on an automated vehicle control system ( 20 ) of a vehicle ( 4 ), so that a driver of the plurality of individual driving profiles (FP) can select a driving profile (FP) that seems suitable to him.
  9. Method according to one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the automated control of the vehicle ( 4 ) additionally on the basis of sensor data from sensors of the vehicle ( 4 ) and / or the vehicle ( 4 ) surrounding infrastructure ( 34 ) he follows.
  10. Method according to one of claims 1 to 9, wherein the vehicle ( 4 ) is assigned to one of the following types of vehicles: - a rail vehicle, - a road vehicle, - a ship, - an airplane.
  11. Automated vehicle control device ( 20 ), comprising: - a driving data acquiring unit ( 23 ) for detecting individual driving data (FD), concerning the driving and control behavior of at least one driver, - a driving profile generating unit ( 24 ) for generating an individual driving profile (FP) on the basis of the individual driving data (FD), comprising a characteristic behavior of the at least one driver in specific traffic situations, - an autonomous control unit ( 25 ) for automatically controlling the vehicle ( 4 ) based on the individual driving profile (FP).
  12. Autonomous controlled vehicle ( 4 ), comprising: - sensors for detecting the surroundings of the vehicle ( 4 ), - an automated vehicle control device ( 20 ) according to claim 11.
  13. Computer program product with a computer program, which is stored directly in a storage device of an automated vehicle control device ( 20 ) of a vehicle ( 4 ), with program sections to carry out all the steps of a method according to one of claims 1 to 10, when the computer program in the automated vehicle control device ( 20 ) is performed.
  14. A computer-readable medium having program sections which are readable and executable by a computer unit stored thereon for performing all the steps of a method according to one of claims 1 to 10 when the program sections are executed by the computer unit.
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