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Special Issue "Sensors and Sensor Fusion in Autonomous Vehicles"

A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Sensor Networks".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 October 2023 | Viewed by 1584

Special Issue Editors

Prof. Dr. Jianhua Ma
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Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Hosei University, 2 Chome-17-1 Fujimi, Chiyoda, Tokyo 102-8160, Japan
Interests: ubiquitous/pervasive computing and smart environment; u-Things, u-Intelligence and u-Science; cyber space, science and sociology; service and social computing; mobile multimedia and wireless network; IoT/iThings and Wisdom Web of Things (W2T); location and context-aware application; autonomic, trusted and ubisafe computing; hyperspace/hyperworld and cyber-I (digital colone)
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Prof. Dr. Qun Jin
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Department of Human Informatics and Cognitive Sciences, Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Tokyo 169-8050, Japan
Interests: behavior and cognitive informatics; big data; intelligence computing; blockchain; cyber security
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Dr. Gábor Kiss
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Institute of Mechanical Engineering and Security Science, Obuda University, H-1034 Budapest, Hungary
Interests: information security of self-driving vehicles
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

In order to place autonomous cars slowly into our everyday lives from the world of science fiction, there was a need for new, or rather more accurate sensors and also a major development of artificial intelligence. This Special Issue of Sensors seeks the submission of review and original research articles related to sensors and sensor fusion in autonomous vehicles. Papers can focus on safety mistakes, security aggression, and achievable countermoves for self-driving vehicles, as well as Blockchain-based security attacks, flexible patterns for self-driving cars, and the STPA method and six-step model to integrate autonomous vehicle safety and security. Other research can give an overview of autonomous vehicle safety or study the cybersecurity of self-driving and remotely controlled transportation. The Special Issue is open to contributions dealing with many aspects of autonomous vehicle sensors and their fusion, such as multisensor fusion, big data processing for autonomous vehicles, sensor-related research, algorithms/technical development, and artificial intelligence methods for autonomous vehicle navigation.

Prof. Dr. Jianhua Ma
Prof. Dr. Qun Jin
Dr. Gábor Kiss
Guest Editors

Manuscript Submission Information

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Keywords

  • self-driving
  • autonomous vehicle
  • safety
  • security
  • big data
  • sensor
  • fusion
  • navigation

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Information Fusion in Autonomous Vehicle Using Artificial Neural Group Key Synchronization
Sensors 2022, 22(4), 1652; https://doi.org/10.3390/s22041652 - 20 Feb 2022
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Abstract
Information fusion in automated vehicle for various datatypes emanating from many resources is the foundation for making choices in intelligent transportation autonomous cars. To facilitate data sharing, a variety of communication methods have been integrated to build a diverse V2X infrastructure. However, information [...] Read more.
Information fusion in automated vehicle for various datatypes emanating from many resources is the foundation for making choices in intelligent transportation autonomous cars. To facilitate data sharing, a variety of communication methods have been integrated to build a diverse V2X infrastructure. However, information fusion security frameworks are currently intended for specific application instances, that are insufficient to fulfill the overall requirements of Mutual Intelligent Transportation Systems (MITS). In this work, a data fusion security infrastructure has been developed with varying degrees of trust. Furthermore, in the V2X heterogeneous networks, this paper offers an efficient and effective information fusion security mechanism for multiple sources and multiple type data sharing. An area-based PKI architecture with speed provided by a Graphic Processing Unit (GPU) is given in especially for artificial neural synchronization-based quick group key exchange. A parametric test is performed to ensure that the proposed data fusion trust solution meets the stringent delay requirements of V2X systems. The efficiency of the suggested method is tested, and the results show that it surpasses similar strategies already in use. Full article
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Title: Lidar's possibilities in traffic collision situations

Authors: Takáč Ondrej, Végh Ladislav, Czakóová Krisztina 

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