Predicting the Influence of Rain on LIDAR in ADAS
AbstractWhile it is well known that rain may influence the performance of automotive LIDAR sensors commonly used in ADAS applications, there is a lack of quantitative analysis of this effect. In particular, there is very little published work on physically-based simulation of the influence of rain on terrestrial LIDAR performance. Additionally, there have been few quantitative studies on how rain-rate influences ADAS performance. In this work, we develop a mathematical model for the performance degradation of LIDAR as a function of rain-rate and incorporate this model into a simulation of an obstacle-detection system to show how it can be used to quantitatively predict the influence of rain on ADAS that use LIDAR. View Full-Text
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Goodin, C.; Carruth, D.; Doude, M.; Hudson, C. Predicting the Influence of Rain on LIDAR in ADAS. Electronics 2019, 8, 89.
Goodin C, Carruth D, Doude M, Hudson C. Predicting the Influence of Rain on LIDAR in ADAS. Electronics. 2019; 8(1):89.Chicago/Turabian Style
Goodin, Christopher; Carruth, Daniel; Doude, Matthew; Hudson, Christopher. 2019. "Predicting the Influence of Rain on LIDAR in ADAS." Electronics 8, no. 1: 89.
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