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— Vision-based lane sensing systems require accurate and robust sensing performance in lane detection. Besides, there exists trade-off between the computational burden and processor cost, which should be considered for implementing the systems in passenger cars. In this paper, a stereo vision-based lane detection system is developed with considering sensor(More)
EMB (Electro-Mechanical Brake) can be applied to the intelligent vehicles because brake-by-wire units are lighter in weights and have faster response compared to conventional hydraulic brake units. For the implementation of the EMB systems, reliable and robust fault detection and diagnosis methods become increasingly important. In this study, a sensor fault(More)
It is well known that laser scanner has better accuracy than stereo vision in detecting the distance and velocity of the obstacles, whereas stereo vision can distinguish the objects better than the laser scanner. These advantages of each sensor can be maximized by sensor fusion approach so that the obstacles in front can be detected accurately. In this(More)
This paper presents a lead-lag compensator design for a MEMS-fabricated microgyroscope. The microgyroscope is basically a high Q system, thus the bandwidth is limited to be narrow. To overcome the open-loop performance limitations, a feedback controller is designed to improve the resolution, bandwidth, linearity, and bias stability of the microgyroscope.(More)
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