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Google driverless cars

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Google driverless cars

  1. 1.  GOOGLE DRIVERLESS CARPresented By:Anish K Michael.Santhikrishna S
  2. 2. CONTENT :CONTENT : Introduction. History. Components Action.Conclusion.06/13/13 2Google Driverless Car
  3. 3. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION::The Google Driverless Car is like any car, but:  It can steer itself while looking out for obstacles. It can accelerate itself to the correct speed limit. It can stop and go itself based on any trafficcondition.   It can take its passengers anywhere it wants togo safely, legally, and comfortably. 06/13/13 3Google Driverless Car
  4. 4. HISTORYHISTORY::The project is currently being ledby: Sebastian Thrun  Director of the Stanford ArtificialIntelligence Laboratory 2005 DARPA Grand ChallengeWinner Co-inventor of Google StreetView06/13/13 4Google Driverless Car
  5. 5. COMPONENTS:COMPONENTS:Integrates Google Maps with various hardware sensors andartificial intelligence software Google MapsProvides the car with road informationHardware SensorsProvides the car with real time environment conditionsArtificial IntelligenceProvides the car with real time decisions06/13/13 5Google Driverless Car
  6. 6. GOOGLE MAP:  GOOGLE MAP:   Speed Limits. Upcomingintersections. Traffic Report. Nearby collisions. Directions.Google Maps interacts with GPS and acts like a database.06/13/13 6Google Driverless Car
  7. 7. HARDWARE SENSORS:HARDWARE SENSORS: The hardware sensors gives real timeenvironmental properties. Environment is dynamic so need real time results. Sensors attempt to create fully observableenvironment.06/13/13 7Google Driverless Car
  8. 8. HARDWARE SENSORS:HARDWARE SENSORS: LIDAR VIDEO CAMERA POSITION ESTIMATOR DISTANCE SENSOR06/13/13 8Google Driverless Car
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  10. 10. LIDARLIDAR “Heart of our system“ LIDAR (Light Detection And Ranging, also LADAR) is anoptical remote sensing technology that can measure thedistance to, or other properties of a target byilluminating the target with light, often using pulses froma laser. Scanning distance of 60 meters (~197 feet)06/13/13 10Google Driverless Car
  11. 11.  VIDEO CAMERAVIDEO CAMERADetects upcoming traffic light. DISTANCE SENSORDISTANCE SENSORAllow the car to "see" far enough to detect nearby orupcoming cars or obstaclesPOSITION ESTIMATOR(Wheel EncoderPOSITION ESTIMATOR(Wheel Encoder))Determines vehicles location and keeps  track of itsmovements.06/13/13 11Google Driverless Car
  12. 12. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:Google Maps and the hardware sensors data are sent to theAI.AI then determines: how fast to accelerate when to slow down/stop when to steer the wheel Goal of AIThe agents goal is to take the passenger to its desireddestination safely and legally06/13/13 12Google Driverless Car
  13. 13. LETS SEE IT IN ACTION!LETS SEE IT IN ACTION!A look from the inside... A look from the outside...06/13/13 13Google Driverless Car
  14. 14. CURRENTLYCURRENTLY..As of 2012:• Nevadao 1st state to allow driverlessvehicles can be legallyoperated on public roads• 6 Google Driverless Carso 5 Toyota Priuso 1 Audi TT• Total mileso 140,000 miles withoccasional humanintervention06/13/13 14Google Driverless Car
  15. 15. CONCLUSION:CONCLUSION: Very useful . Vehicles could be ready for market in aslittle as three to five years.06/13/13 15Google Driverless Car
  16. 16. THANK YOU…THANK YOU…06/13/13 16Google Driverless Car

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