Human Factors in Intelligent Transportation Systems

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by CVOs, and the limitations on the routes that they may legally or practically use will require the development of CVO-specific map and services databases if the ATIS is to be of much use. The size, weight, and slow control response of CVO vehicles require that special designs be developed for crash avoidance and automated vehicle-control systems if they are going be installed in the larger commercial vehicles. The business-sensitive nature of commercial vehicle load and traffic information will require special consideration in the design of CVO regulatory systems such as WIM and automatic vehicle-clearance systems.


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