Edoardo Casapietra

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Detecting the road terrain ahead of the ego-vehicle is an important issue for modern driver assistance systems. In particular, vehicle motion planning in inner city environment requires the detection of road terrain up to 3 seconds in advance. State-of-the-art visual road terrain detection systems have a hard time fulfilling this task, due to their limited(More)
The detection of lane layout in the surroundings of the ego-vehicle is a key issue for modern ADAS and autonomous driving. Most modern systems rely on annotated spatial maps to provide lane information. However, these maps are not available everywhere, and thus have to be often supported by direct detection systems (e.g. cameras, lasers). Such systems(More)
The detection of road area in the surroundings of the ego-vehicle is a key issue for modern ADAS. Camera-based direct detection systems are able to reliably accomplish this task only within a limited spatial range or in simple environments, due to hardware limitations and unfavorable situations, like shadows or occlusions. In complex environments, like(More)
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