A survey of autonomous vehicles for traffic analysis

Ilias Kamal, Khalid Housni, Moulay Youssef Hadi


Autonomous vehicles stand at the forefront of technological advancement, promising to alter fundamentally how we navigate, with implications for everything from intercity logistics to daily commuting. The expected benefits of this technology include advancements in safety protocols, streamlining of traffic flow, and superior comfort for those onboard. However, the path to widespread integration is paved with significant barriers that need to be overcome. This article provides a thorough review of the historical development of autonomous driving technologies, beginning with the early vehicles powered by internal combustion engines and extending to the present excitement over Apple’s Project Titan. Rumors suggest this particular project involves the creation of an electric vehicle fully capable of operating without traditional manual controls, including steering wheels and seats. The article concludes by spotlighting the potential for autonomous vehicles to enable disruptive changes in the transport sector, while also considering the myriad of challenges that must be surmounted for their adoption on a grand scale.


Artificial intelligence; Autonomous driving; Autonomous vehicles; Self-driving cars; Traffic analysis

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v33.i2.pp1016-1029


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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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