Informationsfusion für die kooperative Umfeldwahrnehmung vernetzter Fahrzeuge

Cooperative decisions of multiple vehicles need a collaborative perception. Therefore, fusion methods for ego and environmental information are developed and evaluated. Precondition for the registration of data in a common coordinates is the accurate localization. This is realized by a fusion approa...

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Main Author: Tischler, Karin
Format: eBook
Published: KIT Scientific Publishing 2013
Series:Schriftenreihe / Institut für Mess- und Regelungstechnik, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
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520 |a Cooperative decisions of multiple vehicles need a collaborative perception. Therefore, fusion methods for ego and environmental information are developed and evaluated. Precondition for the registration of data in a common coordinates is the accurate localization. This is realized by a fusion approach with absolute data of GPS and relative data of a dead reckoning system. A decentral fusion procedure combines a recursive multi-target tracking of detections with a grid-based mapping. Thus, negative sensor evidences can be formulated and missing detections are recognized.