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Acoustic/Lidar Sensor Fusion for Car Tracking in City Traffic Scenarios

Daniel Göhring, Hamma Tadjine— 2015

In this paper we describe a sound source localization approach which, in combination with data from lidar sensors, can be used for an improved object tracking in the setting of an autonomous car. After explaining the chosen sensor setup we will show how acoustic data from two Kinect cameras, i.e., multiple microphones, which were mounted on top of a car, can be combined to derive an object's direction and distance. Part of this work will focus on a method to handle non-synchronized sensory data between the multiple acoustic sensors. We will describe how the sound localization approach was evaluated using data from lidar sensors.

TitelAcoustic/Lidar Sensor Fusion for Car Tracking in City Traffic Scenarios
VerfasserDaniel Göhring, Hamma Tadjine
Themasound source localization, autonomous driving, sensor data fusion
Datum201509
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Erschienen inProceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Future Active Safety Technology Towards zero traffic accidents, 2015.