Effective World Modeling: Multisensor Data Fusion Methodology for Automated Driving
AbstractThe number of perception sensors on automated vehicles increases due to the increasing number of advanced driver assistance system functions and their increasing complexity. Furthermore, fail-safe systems require redundancy, thereby increasing the number of sensors even further. A one-size-fits-all multisensor data fusion architecture is not realistic due to the enormous diversity in vehicles, sensors and applications. As an alternative, this work presents a methodology that can be used to effectively come up with an implementation to build a consistent model of a vehicle’s surroundings. The methodology is accompanied by a software architecture. This combination minimizes the effort required to update the multisensor data fusion system whenever sensors or applications are added or replaced. A series of real-world experiments involving different sensors and algorithms demonstrates the methodology and the software architecture. View Full-Text
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Elfring, J.; Appeldoorn, R.; van den Dries, S.; Kwakkernaat, M. Effective World Modeling: Multisensor Data Fusion Methodology for Automated Driving. Sensors 2016, 16, 1668.
Elfring J, Appeldoorn R, van den Dries S, Kwakkernaat M. Effective World Modeling: Multisensor Data Fusion Methodology for Automated Driving. Sensors. 2016; 16(10):1668.Chicago/Turabian Style
Elfring, Jos; Appeldoorn, Rein; van den Dries, Sjoerd; Kwakkernaat, Maurice. 2016. "Effective World Modeling: Multisensor Data Fusion Methodology for Automated Driving." Sensors 16, no. 10: 1668.
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