A dynamic cruise control system (DCCS) for effective navigation system

T. Someswari, Anil Kumar Tiwari, Nagraj R

Abstract


With the fast development of artificial intelligence, robotics, and embedded system along with sensor technologies, the speed control mechanism is required in various other applications such as automatic or self- piloting aircraft, auto-driven vehicles, auto driven lifts and much other robotics based automation plants, etc. For each unpredictable and progressed vehicular framework accompanies a better route that is fit for utilizing the two GPS and INS related sign. There have been a noteworthy number of research works being completed towards creating sliding mode control framework. In case of inaccurate navigational data or no availability of navigational service, the cruise control could also stop working. Hence, there is a need to evolve up with a novel system offering reliable and fault tolerant navigation system in order to minimize the dependencies on GPS-based information and maximize the utilization of (Inertial Navigation System) INS based information. This manuscript presents a Dynamic Cruise Control System (DCCS) to achieve better navigation under uncertainties. The performance of the system is analyzed by incorporating sliding mode and fuzzy logic and achieves better accuracy in tracking error, computational complexity (28sec of simulation time) under chattering and switching action operation.

Keywords


Computational complexity; Fuzzy; GPS; INS; Navigation; Sliding mode controller; Switching action; Tracking error



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v10i5.pp%25p
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