Carola Otto

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Pedestrian tracking in advanced driver assistance systems in commercial vehicles is not only important in the frontal field of perception, but also in the blind spot of the vehicle (right side), e.g., to mitigate or avoid collisions during turning maneuvers. While a camera system and radars observe the front, only a radar is available at the vehicle's side.(More)
Current developments of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are concerned increasingly about the protection of vulnerable road users. This paper suggests an approach for the required, complex situation evaluation that decides if a detected pedestrian is relevant for the application. In order to account for the uncertainty in the behavior of the road(More)
Electronic fare management is currently discussed all over. A lot of different solutions are implemented in the past. In our work, an intelligent fare management system is proposed which is useful for the transport corporation. This system is built using face recognition based on Principal Component Analysis (PCA). Once the passenger entered inside the(More)
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