DE102017208583A1 - Driving system and method for automatically guiding a vehicle - Google Patents

Driving system and method for automatically guiding a vehicle

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DE102017208583A1
DE102017208583A1 DE102017208583.5A DE102017208583A DE102017208583A1 DE 102017208583 A1 DE102017208583 A1 DE 102017208583A1 DE 102017208583 A DE102017208583 A DE 102017208583A DE 102017208583 A1 DE102017208583 A1 DE 102017208583A1
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Abstract

A driving system for a vehicle is described. The driving system is set up to run the vehicle with a certain driving style at least partially and / or at least temporarily automated. In addition, the driving system is configured to determine occupant sensor data relating to an occupant of the vehicle. The driving system is further configured to automatically adjust the driving style of the automated guided vehicle depending on the occupant sensor data.

Description

  • The invention relates to a driving system and a corresponding method for (highly or fully) automated driving of a vehicle, in particular a road motor vehicle.
  • Vehicles are increasingly equipped with automated driving functions that relieve the driver of a vehicle when driving the vehicle. In this case, it is possible for a driver, in particular in highly automated driving, to carry out non-driving activities. Due to the execution of non-driving activities, it may possibly lead to a feeling of discomfort, especially kinetosis, of an occupant of the vehicle. Furthermore, movements of the vehicle during a highly automated drive by an occupant of the vehicle during the execution of a non-driving activity can be distracting. In addition, an occupant of the vehicle may find that movement of the vehicle during a highly automated ride may be disconcerting.
  • The present document deals with the technical task of increasing the comfort and / or the sense of security of an occupant of a vehicle traveling at least partially automated (in particular of a highly automated or fully automated vehicle).
  • The object is solved by the independent claims. Advantageous embodiments are described i.a. in the dependent claims. It should be noted that additional features of a claim dependent on an independent claim without the features of the independent claim or only in combination with a subset of the features of the independent claim may form an independent invention independent of the combination of all features of the independent claim, the subject of an independent claim, a divisional application or a subsequent application. This applies equally to technical teachings described in the specification, which may form an independent invention of the features of the independent claims.
  • The term "automated driving" in the context of the document can be understood as driving with automated longitudinal or transverse guidance or autonomous driving with automated longitudinal and transverse guidance. The automated driving may be, for example, a time-consuming driving on the highway or a time-limited driving in the context of parking or maneuvering. The term "automated driving" includes automated driving with any degree of automation. Exemplary levels of automation are assisted, semi-automated, highly automated or fully automated driving. These degrees of automation were defined by the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) (see BASt publication "Forschung kompakt", issue 11/2012). In assisted driving, the driver performs the longitudinal or transverse guidance permanently, while the system assumes the other function within certain limits. In Partial Automated Driving (TAF), the system performs longitudinal and lateral guidance for a period of time and / or in specific situations, with the driver having to permanently monitor the system as in assisted driving. In highly automated driving (HAF), the system takes over the longitudinal and transverse guidance for a certain period of time, without the driver having to permanently monitor the system; However, the driver must be able to take over the vehicle guidance in a certain time. In fully automated driving (VAF), the system can automatically handle driving in all situations for a specific application; For this application typically no driver is required. The above four degrees of automation correspond to SAE levels 1 to 4 of the Norm SAE J3016 (SAE - Society of Automotive Engineering).
  • For example, Highly Automated Driving (HAF) Level 3 complies with the SAE J3016 standard. Furthermore, the SAE level 5 is provided in SAE J3016 as the highest degree of automation, which is not included in the definition of BASt. The SAE level 5 may correspond to driverless driving, in which the system can automatically cope with all situations like a human driver throughout the journey; a driver is in principle no longer necessary.
  • According to one aspect, a driving system or a control unit for a vehicle, in particular for a road motor vehicle, is described. The driving system is set up to run the vehicle with a certain driving style at least partially and / or at least temporarily automated. The driving system can be set up to automatically and / or transversely feed the vehicle. In particular, the driving system can be set up to guide the vehicle in a highly automated or fully automated manner. For this purpose environmental sensor data from one or more environment sensors of the vehicle can be taken into account.
  • The driving style with which the vehicle is guided can be described or defined, for example, by one or more of the following parameters: a time profile or a trajectory of the longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration or longitudinal and / or transverse deceleration of the vehicle (eg in Funds for a certain period); a possible maximum value of the longitudinal and / or transverse acceleration or the longitudinal and / or transverse deceleration; a driving strategy relating to the driving on different lanes of a multi-lane road and / or with respect to a frequency of lane changes and / or with respect to a frequency of longitudinal and / or lateral accelerations or of longitudinal and / or transverse delays and / or with regard to traffic situations and / or boundary conditions in which a lane change is carried out; and / or a possible minimum distance to a front vehicle driving in front of the vehicle.
  • The driving system is further configured to determine occupant sensor data relating to an occupant of the vehicle. The occupant sensor data can be detected by one or more occupant sensors of the vehicle. The one or more occupant sensors may in particular comprise: at least one image camera configured to acquire image data relating to the occupant as sensor data; and / or at least one vital sensor (e.g., a pulse sensor and / or a blood pressure sensor) configured to acquire vital data regarding the occupant as sensor data.
  • In addition, the driving system is adapted to adjust the driving style of the automated guided vehicle depending on the occupant sensor data. The adaptation of the driving style can thereby automatically, i. without manual intervention by the occupant of the vehicle. In this case, adjusting the driving style may include: adjusting the time course or the trajectory of a longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration or longitudinal and / or transverse deceleration of the vehicle (for example, on the time average for a plurality of maneuvers); the adaptation of a possible maximum value of the longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration or of the longitudinal and / or transverse deceleration; adapting a driving strategy with regard to driving on different lanes of a multi-lane road and / or with regard to a frequency of lane changes and / or with respect to a frequency of longitudinal and / or lateral accelerations or of longitudinal and / or transverse delays; and / or adjusting a possible minimum distance to a front vehicle driving in front of the vehicle; and / or adjusting the (average) dynamics of driving maneuvers (such as lane change, deceleration to a slower front vehicle, etc.).
  • Thus, a driving system is described which is adapted to automatically adapt the driving style of an automatically driving vehicle to an occupant, in particular to a driver, of the vehicle. In particular, an adaptation of the driving style to the individual needs of an occupant (for example to the individual degree of averting by a non-driving activity or to an individual sensitivity of the occupant in relation to the dynamics of a vehicle) can take place. The adaptation can take place without the intervention of the occupant (for example without a manual adaptation of the driving style via a user interface of the vehicle). Thus, the comfort and / or the sense of security of an occupant of the vehicle can be increased.
  • The driving system may be configured to determine a condition of the occupant based on the occupant sensor data. The condition of the occupant may be e.g. indicate: a degree of distraction or avoidance of the occupant from a traffic situation of the vehicle; a degree of involvement of the occupant in the traffic situation of the vehicle; a sense of well-being or discomfort of the inmate; and / or a non-driving activity performed by the occupant. The driving style of the at least partially automated guided vehicle can then be adjusted depending on the condition of the occupant. By determining and taking into account the state of the occupant in the adjustment of the driving style, the comfort and / or the sense of security of the occupant can be further increased.
  • The driving system may be configured to select a driving style from a plurality of predefined driving styles as a function of the occupant sensor data, in particular as a function of a determined state of the occupant, in order to adapt the driving style of the vehicle. Several different driving styles can be defined with different dynamic characteristics. For example, a driving style having a relatively high dynamic characteristic (e.g., a relatively aggressive and / or sporty driving style) may be defined. On the other hand, a driving style having a relatively low dynamic characteristic (e.g., a relatively passive and / or comfortable driving style) may be defined. Thus, the driving style of the vehicle can be reliably and efficiently adapted to the condition of the occupant.
  • Alternatively or additionally, the driving system can be set up to adapt the driving style steplessly and / or continuously as a function of the occupant sensor data. The driving style of the vehicle can thus be continuously parameterized. For example, one or more parameters for determining the driving style of the vehicle can be adjusted continuously and / or continuously. Exemplary parameters for determining the driving style are: a maximum acceleration limit, a maximum jerk limit, a frequency of lane changes, a maximum speed of the vehicle, etc. Thus, the comfort and / or safety feeling of the occupant can be further increased become.
  • In another aspect, a method for guiding a vehicle is described. The method comprises guiding the vehicle in at least partially and / or at least temporarily automated manner with a particular driving style. In addition, the method includes determining occupant sensor data relating to an occupant of the vehicle. Furthermore, the method comprises adapting the driving style for the at least partially automated driving of the vehicle in dependence on the occupant sensor data.
  • In another aspect, a road vehicle (particularly a passenger car or a truck or a bus) is described that includes the driving system described herein or the control unit described in that document.
  • In another aspect, a software (SW) program is described. The SW program may be set up to be executed on a processor (e.g., on a controller of a vehicle) and thereby perform the method described in this document.
  • In another aspect, a storage medium is described. The storage medium may include a SW program that is set up to run on a processor and thereby perform the method described in this document.
  • It should be understood that the methods, devices and systems described herein may be used alone as well as in combination with other methods, devices and systems described in this document. Furthermore, any aspects of the methods, devices, and systems described herein may be combined in a variety of ways. In particular, the features of the claims can be combined in a variety of ways.
  • Furthermore, the invention will be described in more detail with reference to exemplary embodiments. Show
    • 1 exemplary components of a vehicle; and
    • 2 a flowchart of an exemplary method for adjusting the driving style of an at least partially automated moving vehicle.
  • As set forth above, the present document is concerned with increasing the comfort and / or safety feeling of an occupant of an at least partially automated vehicle, in particular a road vehicle. In this context shows 1 exemplary components of a vehicle 100 , In particular shows 1 one or more environmental sensors 102 of a vehicle 100 that are set up environmental sensor data relating to an environment of the vehicle 100 capture. Exemplary environmental sensors 102 are an image camera, a radar sensor, a lidar sensor and / or an ultrasonic sensor. In addition, the vehicle includes 100 a control unit 101 that set up the vehicle 100 depending on the environmental sensor data of the one or more environmental sensors 102 at least partially automated. In particular, by the control unit 101 highly automated driving of the vehicle on the basis of environment sensor data 100 be enabled. The one or more occupants of the vehicle 100 , in particular the driver of the vehicle 100 , can then deal with non-driving activities.
  • The vehicle 100 includes one or more occupant sensors 103 configured occupant sensor data with respect to at least one occupant (in particular the driver) of the vehicle 100 capture. The occupant sensors 103 For example, an image camera for acquiring image data regarding an occupant, a pulse sensor for detecting an occupant's pulse, a blood pressure sensor for detecting an occupant's blood pressure, etc. may be included. The control unit 101 may be configured based on the occupant sensor data a state of an occupant of the vehicle 100 to investigate. The state of an occupant can indicate
    • A degree of distraction of the occupant from the traffic;
    • • a degree of involvement of the occupant in the traffic situation;
    • • a current activity of the occupant; and or
    • • the well-being or discomfort of the inmate.
  • The control unit 101 can be set up a driving style of the vehicle 100 to change as part of automated leadership. The driving style can be an expression of the longitudinal dynamics and / or the lateral dynamics of the vehicle 100 eg for lane change, cornering, an acceleration maneuver and / or a deceleration maneuver or include. For example, different driving styles may have different limit values with respect to a maximum longitudinal acceleration and / or with respect to a maximum jerk, wherein the limit values during automated driving of the vehicle 100 be taken into account. Due to the different limit values can then be different Driving styles of the vehicle 100 which can also be perceived by the occupants as different driving styles.
  • The control unit 101 can be set up the driving style of the vehicle 100 Automatically adjust as part of automated guidance depending on the occupant sensor data. In particular, the driving style of the vehicle 100 automatically to the current state of an occupant of the vehicle 100 be adjusted. For example, automatically a driving style with a (average) reduced longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration of the vehicle 100 be selected when it is detected on the basis of the occupant sensor data that the occupant is uncomfortable or whether and what non-driving activity performs the occupant, in which the occupant by comparatively high or perceived by the occupant as high longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration of vehicle 100 is disturbed. On the other hand, automatically a driving style with a (on average) relatively high longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration of the vehicle 100 selected when it is detected based on the occupant sensor data that the occupant has a relatively high degree of involvement in the traffic.
  • It is thus possible to provide a driving function with an automatic adaptation of the longitudinal and / or lateral dynamic characteristics for lane changes, deceleration and / or acceleration maneuvers to the driver's condition, in particular to the driver's distraction or averting or involvement degree due to a non-driving activity , For this purpose, limit values for a maximum acceleration, for a maximum jerk, etc. and / or trajectories for driving maneuvers (for example the time profile of an acceleration) can be adapted.
  • It can thus be an automatic adjustment of the driving style of an automated driving function of a vehicle 100 to the driver state. This may include driving style,
    • A dynamic development of various driving maneuvers, eg a lateral acceleration course during a lane change and / or a time course of the longitudinal acceleration in a deceleration / acceleration maneuver;
    • • a distance of the vehicle 100 to a front vehicle in a deceleration maneuver;
    • • a number or frequency of lane changes (if necessary, a driving style can be selected in which lane change is completely omitted); and or
    • • a driving strategy that defines, for example: one or more conditions in which a lane change is carried out, and / or one or more conditions in which driving on a particular lane, etc.
    • • Choice of the maximum speed of the vehicle.
  • 2 shows a flowchart of an exemplary method 200 for driving a vehicle 100 , in particular a road motor vehicle. The procedure 200 can by a control unit 101 of the vehicle 100 be executed. The procedure 200 includes guiding 201 of the vehicle 100 at least partially and / or at least temporarily automated with a certain driving style. In particular, the vehicle can 100 at least highly automated with a specific driving style. In this case, the driving style is characterized for example over a time course of the longitudinal and / or transverse acceleration of the vehicle 100 in the automated guiding and / or by the frequency of lane changes in the automated guidance and / or by the frequency of longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration or deceleration maneuvers in the automated guidance.
  • In addition, the process includes 200 the determining 202 of occupant sensor data relating to an occupant of the vehicle 100 , For example, image data relating to an occupant and / or by means of a vital sensor (eg a pulse sensor) can be determined by means of an image camera with respect to the occupant. Based on the occupant sensor data, the condition of the occupant can be determined.
  • The procedure 200 further includes customization 203 the driving style in the at least partially automated leadership 201 of the vehicle 100 as a function of the occupant sensor data, in particular as a function of the determined state of the occupant. In particular, the average dynamics of the vehicle 100 (For example, with respect to the time course of longitudinal and / or transverse acceleration of the vehicle 100 in the automated guidance and / or in relation to the frequency of lane changes in the automated guidance and / or with regard to the frequency of longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration or deceleration maneuvers in automated driving).
  • The measures described in this document can increase the comfort and / or the sense of security for an occupant of a vehicle with an automated driving function.
  • The present invention is not limited to the embodiments shown. In particular, it should be noted that the description and figures are intended to illustrate only the principle of the proposed methods, apparatus and systems.
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Claims (9)

  1. Driving system (101) for a vehicle (100); wherein the driving system (101) is set up, - To lead the vehicle (100) with a certain driving style at least partially and / or temporarily automated; To determine occupant sensor data relating to an occupant of the vehicle (100); and - Automatically adjust the driving style of the automated guided vehicle (100) in dependence on the occupant sensor data.
  2. Driving system (101) according to Claim 1 wherein the driving system (101) is arranged to: - determine a condition of the occupant based on the occupant sensor data; and - adapt the driving style of the at least partially automated guided vehicle (100) in dependence on the state of the occupant.
  3. Driving system (101) according to Claim 2 wherein the state of the occupant indicates a degree of distraction or avoidance of the occupant from a traffic situation of the vehicle (100); a degree of involvement of the occupant in the traffic of the vehicle (100); - a well-being or discomfort of the inmate; and / or - a non-driving activity performed by the occupant.
  4. Driving system (101) according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the occupant sensor data is detected by one or more occupant sensors (103) of the vehicle (100); and comprising, in particular, one or more occupant sensors (103), at least one image camera arranged to capture image data relating to the occupant; and or - At least one vital sensor, which is configured to detect vital data relating to the occupant.
  5. Driving system (101) according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the driving system (101) is set up, to guide the vehicle (100) at least highly automated; and or - Automate the vehicle (100) longitudinally and / or transversely.
  6. A driving system (101) according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein adapting the driving style comprises - Adapting a time course of a longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration or longitudinal and / or transverse deceleration of the vehicle (100); - adapting a trajectory for a driving maneuver; - Adapting a possible maximum value of the longitudinal and / or lateral acceleration or the longitudinal and / or transverse delay; Adapting a driving strategy with regard to driving on different lanes of a multi-lane road and / or with respect to a frequency of lane changes and / or with respect to a frequency of longitudinal and / or lateral accelerations or longitudinal and / or transverse delays and / or in relation to traffic situations and / or framework conditions in which a lane change is or will not be carried out; and or - Adjusting a possible minimum distance to a front vehicle driving in front of the vehicle (100).
  7. The driving system (101) according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the driving system (100) is arranged to select one of a plurality of driving styles depending on the occupant sensor data to adjust the driving style of the vehicle (100).
  8. Driving system (101) according to one of Claims 1 to 6 wherein the driving system (100) is adapted to adjust the driving style steplessly and / or continuously in dependence on the occupant sensor data.
  9. A method (200) for driving a vehicle (100), the method comprising (200) - Guiding (201) the vehicle (100) at least partially and / or at least temporarily automated with a certain driving style; - determining (202) occupant sensor data relating to an occupant of the vehicle (100); and - adjusting (203) the driving style in the at least partially automated driving (201) of the vehicle (100) in dependence on the occupant sensor data.
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