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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Speed control for safety

Note: bouncy image needs vectors stabilized by estimating image-based ego-motion estimation. Then you can measure the speed of objects in the driving window. Horizontal based ego-motions are probably lane dumpers. This estimation could predict lane dumpers and should affect speed and enhanced by other sensors.

Click to access icpr16-johnny-9.pdf

Click to access ICRA_2015.pdf

Click to access Petrovskaya_2009_ICRA.pdf

  1. What is the distance to each of the objects
  2. What is the speed of the current trajectory?
  3. Optical flow for moving objects
  4. Remove bouncy image with prediction
  5. Filter stationary objects
  6. What objects are left to predict from?
  7. Calculate speed and directions of moving objects
  8. Which objects are travelling with me?
  9. What objects are travelling into my path?

Click to access 1409.7963.pdf

Click to access 112_Report.pdf

Click to access 1702.07600.pdf

Click to access dong_masc13.pdf

FlowNet: Learning Optical Flow with Convolutional Networks

Click to access 03_odometry.pdf

Click to access 1609.04653.pdf

Click to access vis%20odom%20tutor%20part1%20.pdf

Optical Flow



A subject is to provide a pedestrian motion predicting device capable of accurately predicting a possibility of a rush out before a pedestrian actually begins to rush out. According to the embodiments, the pedestrian is detected from input image data, a portion in which the detected pedestrian is imaged is cut out from the image data, a shape of the pedestrian imaged in the cut-out partial image data is classified by collating the shape with a learning-finished identifier group or a pedestrian recognition template group, and the rush out of the pedestrian is predicted based on a result of the acquired classification.


Click to access SigalEncyclopediaCVdraft.pdf

Click to access Roberts09cvpr.pdf

Click to access karasevAHS16.pdf

Click to access 1503.04036.pdf

Emergency Vehicle Alerting


Emergency Vehicle Alerting system that warns drivers when they are approaching an ambulance, fire engine, police or rescue squad using emergency lights.
A warning system for alerting the driver of a private vehicle that an emergency vehicle is approaching is disclosed. The system includes a receiver and a display panel mounted in the private vehicle, and at least two infrared receivers mounted on the private vehicle. The display panel mounted in the private vehicle including indicating devices that allow the driver of the private vehicle to know of the approaching emergency vehicle as well as the direction to move in order to yield the right of way to an approaching emergency vehicle.

Click to access 20082-detection-of-emergency-vehicles.pdf


Car accident detection – sounds of crashing

hydroplaning noise

Click to access Piczak2015-ESC-ConvNet.pdf

Detecting car part failures with sounds and deep learning

Click to access parascandolo-icassp2016.pdf

PID Control – SDC Neural Network Cruise Control