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Intelligent vehicles: integration and issues

Abstract : In the process of building more and more intelligent vehicles, scientists and car makers are progressively integrating new tools that make the vehicle more independent from human action. However, when can a vehicle be considered as intelligent? In this paper, we first point out the necessity of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) to collaborate. Indeed, AI is mainly used as a tool in robotics for different tasks such as perception and control. Thus, we show the lack of a supervision level in current vehicles. Finally, we provide some implementations from Rits going towards more intelligent perception by adding a supervision level, dealing with the uncertainties, using communications and managing the resources.
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Zayed Alsayed, Guillaume Bresson, Pierre Merdrignac, Philippe Morignot, Fawzi Nashashibi, et al.. Intelligent vehicles: integration and issues. RFIA 2014 - Dix-neuvième congrès national sur la Reconnaissance de Formes et l'Intelligence Artificielle, Jun 2014, Rouen, France. ⟨hal-01067615⟩



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