Foresight: Remote Sensing for Autonomous Vehicles Using a Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

@inproceedings{Wallar2017ForesightRS,
  title={Foresight: Remote Sensing for Autonomous Vehicles Using a Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle},
  author={Alex Wallar and Brandon Araki and Raphael Chang and Javier Alonso-Mora and Daniela Rus},
  booktitle={FSR},
  year={2017}
}
A large number of traffic accidents, especially those involving vulnerable road users such as pedestrians and cyclists, are due to blind spots for the driver, for example when a vehicle takes a turn with poor visibility or when a pedestrian crosses from behind a parked vehicle. In these accidents, the consequences for the vulnerable road users are dramatic. Autonomous cars have the potential to drastically reduce traffic accidents thanks to high-performance sensing and reasoning. However, their… CONTINUE READING

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