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The process of calibration is a prerequisite for each computer vision system. Calibration involves calculating both intrinsic and extrinsic parameters of the camera. While intrinsic parameters (focal length, principal point, etc.) are usually fixed, extrinsic ones (position and angles of the camera) have to be determined when the camera moves in relation to(More)
For future assistance systems Car-to-X communication is a key technology for cooperative applications ranging from highly dynamic safety systems to information systems, informing the driver about situational aspects non-detectable for on-board sensors. To test such systems in real world experiments the testing effort as well as the associated costs are(More)
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