Section 4: Remote Control Vehicle

Edited by Jordi Guijarro Olivares, i2CAT, Spain, jordi.guijarro@i2cat.net | Peter Hofmann, Deutsche Telekom Security, Germany | Petros Kapsalas, Panasonic Automotive Systems Europe, Greece | Jordi Casademont, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain | Saber Mhiri, i2CAT, Spain | Nikos Piperigkos, University of Patras, Greece | Rodrigo Diaz, ATOS, Spain | Bruno Cordero, i2CAT, Spain | Jordi Marias, i2CAT, Spain | Adrián Pino, i2CAT, Spain | Theocharis Saoulidis, SIDROCO, Cyprus | Josep Escrig, i2CAT, Spain | Choi You Jun, KATECH, South Korea | Taesang Choi, ETRI, South Korea

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Published: 29 Dec 2022

© 2022 Jordi Guijarro Olivares | Peter Hofmann | Petros Kapsalas | Jordi Casademont | Saber Mhiri | Nikos Piperigkos | Rodrigo Diaz | Bruno Cordero | Jordi Marias | Adrián Pino | Theocharis Saoulidis | Josep Escrig | Choi You Jun | Taesang Choi

Abstract

Remote driving or so called tele operated driving of a highly automated vehicle (i.e. SAE L4 automated vehicle according to SAE J3016 levels of driving automation) occurs when the connected automated vehicle (CAM) is remotely controlled by a remote human operator when the CAM detects a failure in a critical subsystem or faces out of operation design domain such as sudden weather change, non-signalized intersection, or work-zone [3GPP TR22.886]. A number of use case scenarios related with road safety, business is available utilizing remote driving of CAM.