Effective world modeling: multisensor data fusion methodology for automated driving

J. Elfring, R.P.W. Appeldoorn, S. van den Dries, M.R.J.A.E. Kwakkernaat

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The number of perception sensors on automated vehicles increases due to the increasing number of advanced driver assistance system functions and their increasing complexity. Furthermore, fail-safe systems require redundancy, thereby increasing the number of sensors even further. A one-size-fits-all multisensor data fusion architecture is not realistic due to the enormous diversity in vehicles, sensors and applications. As an alternative, this work presents a methodology that can be used to effectively come up with an implementation to build a consistent model of a vehicle’s surroundings. The methodology is accompanied by a software architecture. This combination minimizes the effort required to update the multisensor data fusion system whenever sensors or applications are added or replaced. A series of real-world experiments involving different sensors and algorithms demonstrates the methodology and the software architecture
TaalEngels
Artikelnummer1668
Aantal pagina's27
TijdschriftSensors
Volume16
Nummer van het tijdschrift10
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 2016

Vingerafdruk

multisensor fusion
Data fusion
Software
methodology
sensors
Sensors
vehicles
Information Systems
Software architecture
fail-safe systems
Advanced driver assistance systems
computer programs
redundancy
Redundancy
Experiments

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Elfring, J., Appeldoorn, R. P. W., van den Dries, S., & Kwakkernaat, M. R. J. A. E. (2016). Effective world modeling: multisensor data fusion methodology for automated driving. Sensors, 16(10), [1668]. DOI: 10.3390/s16101668
Elfring, J. ; Appeldoorn, R.P.W. ; van den Dries, S. ; Kwakkernaat, M.R.J.A.E./ Effective world modeling : multisensor data fusion methodology for automated driving. In: Sensors. 2016 ; Vol. 16, Nr. 10.
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Elfring J, Appeldoorn RPW, van den Dries S, Kwakkernaat MRJAE. Effective world modeling: multisensor data fusion methodology for automated driving. Sensors. 2016;16(10). 1668. Beschikbaar vanaf, DOI: 10.3390/s16101668