The “Eyes” of Self-Driving Cars
To become truly self driving, cars will need multiple means of identifying such objects as lane markings, traffic signs, pedestrians and nearby vehicles, notes Sharath Reddy, engineering director for active and passive safety technology at ZF TRW.
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To become truly self driving, cars will need multiple means of identifying such objects as lane markings, traffic signs, pedestrians and nearby vehicles, notes Sharath Reddy, Portfolio Director, ADAS Product Line at ZF TRW.
He says development at ZF TRW has progressed through four generations of cameras just within the past few years. These high-tech devices are becoming smaller and gaining sharper resolution, multiple lenses and new algorithms to identify objects faster and more accurately.
But special cameras alone won’t be enough. Reddy says it may take a decade to fully integrate cameras with radar and laser scanners to help enable a complete automated driving experience.
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