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Design of an urban driverless ground vehicle

Abstract : This paper presents the design and implementation of a driverless car for populated urban environments. We propose a system that explicitly map the static obstacles, detects and track the moving obstacle, consider the unobserved areas, provide a motion plan with safety guarantees and executes it. All of it was implemented and integrated into a single computer maneuvering on real time an electric vehicle into an unvisited area with moving obstacles. The overview of the algorithms and some experimental results are presented.
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Rodrigo Benenson, Michel Parent. Design of an urban driverless ground vehicle. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots Systems, Sep 2008, Nice, France. ⟨inria-00295152v2⟩



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