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CACCCertified Alcohol Counselor
CACCCentral Atlantic Collegiate Conference (est. 1965)
CACCChicago Animal Care and Control (Chicago, IL)
CACCCommunications and Configuration Console
CACCCentral Alabama Community College
CACCCalifornia Cadet Corps
CACCCampaign against Climate Change (various organizations)
CACCCanadian Australian Chamber of Commerce
CACCCenter for Animal Care and Control
CACCCalcium-Activated Chloride Channel
CACCComplete Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum
CACCCanadian Association for Community Care
CACCCharleston Area Convention Center (South Carolina)
CACCCommercial Aircraft Corporation of China Ltd
CACCCancer Advocacy Coalition of Canada (Toronto, ON, Canada)
CACCCroatian American Cultural Center (Sacramento, California)
CACCChristian Anti-Communism Crusade
CACCCatch As Catch Can
CACCCitizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination (Michigan)
CACCChilterns Association of Camera Clubs (United Kingdom)
CACCCalvary Armenian Congregational Church (California)
CACCCanadian Athletics Coaching Centre
CACCCalifornia Agricultural Communications Coalition
CACCCenter for Advanced Computing and Communication (North Carolina State University)
CACCCentral Ambulance Communication Centre (Ontario, Canada)
CACCConfederation of Autosport Car Clubs (British Columbia, Canada)
CACCCooperative Adaptive Cruise Control
CACCContinental Africa Chamber of Commerce (Chicago, IL)
CACCCommand And Control Center
CACCCombined Analysis Control Center
CACCCasper Area Chamber of Commerce (Casper, WY, USA)
CACCCitizens' Action Against Crime (Philippines)
CACCCarolyn Arnold Communications Consultant, Inc. (Texas)
CACCCommunications and Configuration Console (NASA)
CACCCrispus Attucks Cultural Center, Inc. (Virginia)
CACCCharleston Area Chamber of Commerce (Illinois)
CACCCentral Arkansas Corvette Club
CACCCentral Arkansas Children's Choir
CACCCricketers Arms Cricket Club (Australia)
CACCCourt Automation Coordinating Committee (Arizona)
CACCClub Atlético Central Córdoba (soccer team; Rosario, Argentina)
CACCCentro d'Arte Contemporanea Chiasso
CACCClarkston Area Chamber of Commerce (Michigan)
CACCCountry Agricultural Consultation Consortium
CACCCentral Alabama Cornhole Club
CACCCommunauté d'Agglomération de Châlons-en-Champagne (French: Agglomeration Community of Chalons-en-Champagne; Chalons-en-Champagne, France)
CACCClaims Automation Coordinating Committee
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This report presents the results of human factors research to examine the effects of cooperative adaptive cruise control (CACC) on driver performance in a variety of situations.
Wang et al., "A Review of Communication, Driver Characteristics, and Controls Aspects of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC)," IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol.
Nakamura, "Cooperative adaptive cruise control in real traffic situations," IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol.
Nijmeijer, "Cooperative adaptive cruise control: Network-aware analysis of string stability," IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol.
Barth, "Developing a distributed consensus-based Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC) system," in Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting, January 2017.
Chaib-draa, "Cooperative adaptive cruise control: a reinforcement learning approach," in Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Agents in Traffic and Transportation (ATT '06), pp.
This report describes the fourth and final experiment in a series of four studies that explore cooperative adaptive cruise control (CACC), which combines three driver assist systems: (1) conventional cruise control, which automatically maintains the speed a driver has set; (2) adaptive cruise control, which uses sensors to automatically maintain a gap the driver has selected between the driver's vehicle and a slower-moving vehicle ahead; and (3) dedicated short-range communications to transmit and receive data with surrounding vehicles so that the cruise control system can more quickly respond to changes and speed and location of other CACC vehicles (including vehicles that the driver cannot see).
This report examines a technology called cooperative adaptive cruise control (CACC) that aims to increase traffic flow by safely permitting shorter following distances between vehicles.
The program also aims to achieve closer coordination, shorter vehicle separation gaps, and higher effective lane capacities through vehicle-to-vehicle communications, vehicle-to-infrastructure communications, and cooperative adaptive cruise control. Other objectives include reducing heavy-truck fuel consumption and doubling the capacity of truck-only lanes by forming and maneuvering automated three-truck platoons.
For example, FHWA researchers are working with colleagues from the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to enhance and extend simulations involving cooperative adaptive cruise control and speed harmonization to model a living laboratory on 1-66 in northern Virginia.
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