Chris Fillyaw, MathWorks
Active safety features such as lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist require complex algorithms. These algorithms process data from different sensors and control logic that determines the appropriate action to avoid an impending collision. Testing active safety features using a prototype vehicle can be difficult and even dangerous. This presentation introduces a tool chain for developing active safety features that supports the design and prototyping of computer vision algorithms, integrating computer vision algorithms with controller logic, and analyzing system performance, all within the simulation environment.
Recorded: 9 May 2013