A Robust Real-Time Computing-based Environment Sensing System for Intelligent Vehicle

27 Jan 2020  ·  Qiwei Xie, Qian Long, Liming Zhang, Zhao Sun ·

For intelligent vehicles, sensing the 3D environment is the first but crucial step. In this paper, we build a real-time advanced driver assistance system based on a low-power mobile platform... The system is a real-time multi-scheme integrated innovation system, which combines stereo matching algorithm with machine learning based obstacle detection approach and takes advantage of the distributed computing technology of a mobile platform with GPU and CPUs. First of all, a multi-scale fast MPV (Multi-Path-Viterbi) stereo matching algorithm is proposed, which can generate robust and accurate disparity map. Then a machine learning, which is based on fusion technology of monocular and binocular, is applied to detect the obstacles. We also advance an automatic fast calibration mechanism based on Zhang's calibration method. Finally, the distributed computing and reasonable data flow programming are applied to ensure the operational efficiency of the system. The experimental results show that the system can achieve robust and accurate real-time environment perception for intelligent vehicles, which can be directly used in the commercial real-time intelligent driving applications. read more

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