A system architecture for the detection and modeling of dynamic traffic scenes.
C 26608 (In: C 26095 CD-ROM) /71 /72 / ITRD E119303
Dietmayer, K. Sparbert, J. & Streller, D.
In: ITS - Transforming the future : proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Intelligent Transportation Systems ITS, Sydney, Australia, 30 September - 4 October 2001, 9 p., 6 ref.
|Samenvatting||This paper describes the architecture intended to be used in the research project ARGOS for the detection and modeling of dynamic traffic scenes around a driving passenger car. It consists of four main parts, the model of the sensing devices, a model of the street the car is presently driving on, a dynamic model of the own vehicle and a cluster containing dynamic models of all objects identified to be around the own car. Within the ARGOS project, this architecture should be used first in conjunction with one or more laser range finder as sensing devices. This sensor system will be extended by video sensors in the near future. The world model structure can be easily adapted to other sensor configurations. Once implemented it should be a common platform and database for different kinds of active safety systems in future passenger cars. For the covering abstract see ITRD E209471.|
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