Special Issue "Sensors Applications in Intelligent Vehicle"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2018).
Interests: fire and smoke detection; advanced driver assistant system; human detection and tracking; analysis of remote sensing images; human action recognition; medical image processing
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An intelligent vehicle (IV) is an autonomous driving vehicle that is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without the driver’s input. Most IV technologies depend on multiple input values, such as those generated by a camera sensor, infrared sensor, LiDAR, radar, and ultrasonic sensor. Sensor performance has been evolving and becoming smaller and less expensive, and sensor configuration architecture is becoming ever more complicated. Therefore, more comprehensive and detailed research is needed to the increase abilities of IVs. The purpose of this Special Issue is to take the opportunity to introduce current developments of sensors related to IV technologies and innovative sensor fusion techniques combined with computer vision, sensor networks, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, including deep learning. In this Special Issue, you are invited to submit contributions of original research, advancement, developments, and experiments pertaining to IV combined with sensors. Therefore, the Special Issue welcomes newly developed methods and ideas combining the data obtained from various sensors in the following fields (but not limited to these fields):
- Autonomous vehicle technologies using sensors
- Sensor fusion techniques for IVs
- Wireless sensor networks and communication in intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and connected vehicles
- Interaction of autonomous systems and drivers
- State-of-the-art reviews of sensors for autonomous vehicles and IVs
- Decision algorithms for autonomous driving
- Driver state monitoring
- Pedestrian detection and tracking
- Advanced driver assistant systems (ADAS)
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Intelligent vehicles
- Sensor networks
- Sensor fusion
- Advanced driver assistant systems
- Intelligent transportation systems
- Decision algorithms