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Autonomous Vehicle Simulation Project

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Presented at ICCA 2013 in 07/10/2013

Presented at ICCA 2013 in 07/10/2013

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  • 1. AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE SIMULATION PROJECT Sangho Lee School of IntegratedTechnology,Yonsei University
  • 2. Table of contents  Introduction  Essential components  An Autonomous vehicle Simulator  Development  Future works  References  Q & A
  • 3. Introduction  AutonomousVehicle?  A vehicle equipped with autopilot system  Advantages?  No human operations needed  Optimal path finding  Disadvantages?  Bugs in the software  Unexpected accident
  • 4. WDR Imager (Front) Nearby Radar LIDAR GPS Steering/ Speed Controller Image Processing Chipset (FPGA) Main Computer ARM Embedded Board 1,2 DC-DC convt DC-DC convt DC-DC convt 12V Pause/Run Manual/AVC Select
  • 5. Autonomous vehicle Simulator  A Simulator in the virtual world.  Steering / Controller is managed by an algorithm  Artificially generated sensors are attached  Experimental data extraction as well as real- time world display  Divided by two parts  Configuration Manager  Real-timeAutonomousVehicle Simulator
  • 6. Figure 3. A relationship between configuration manager and plug-in simulator
  • 7. Figure 4. Procedure to execute Plug-in simulator with communication of the configuration data
  • 8. Development  The project will be deployed as an open-source  Fundamental implementations are not properly completed yet  The project will be deployed with GPL license  Will be available at the end of this year
  • 9. Figure 6. Open source project with GPL License
  • 10. Figure 7. A Screenshot of OpenCarSimManager
  • 11. Future works  Development of Configuration Manager(OpenCarSimManager)  Support different platforms with the same steering/controlling algorithm.
  • 12. References  SeamlessTransportaiton Lab, YonseiUniv. Int’l Campus  http://sit.yonsei.ac.kr  OpenCarsim – OpenSource autonomous simulator project at Google Code  https://code.google.com/p/opencarsim/  Other References cited in the paper
  • 13. IF YOU ARE WILLING TO CO-OP FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMULATOR, PLEASE CONTACT US AT SANGHOLEE@YONSEI.AC.KR
  • 14. QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
  • 15. THANK YOU Sangho Lee