DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR AN PERSONAL ELECTRIC VEHICLE
This study describes the design and implementation of a personal electric vehicle that is environmentally-friendly, compact, and convenient to use in pedestrian areas such as sidewalks, campus
and airport areas. Furthermore, an assistance system for the vehicle that supports the driver in recognizingthe psychological strain of surrounding pedestrians and informing the driver about the invasion of the PMV using a vibrator and indicator was proposed. The experimental results revealed that the vehicle was operated stably at the maximum speed of 10 km/h and the maximum load of 150 kg, and the effectiveness of the assistance system was clearly confirmed
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