Sensor modeling for the Virtual Autonomous Navigation Environment

  title={Sensor modeling for the Virtual Autonomous Navigation Environment},
  author={Chris Goodin and Raju Kala and Alex Carrrillo and Linda Y. Liu},
  journal={2009 IEEE Sensors},
The Virtual Autonomous Navigation Environment (VANE) is a high fidelity, physics-based simulation process that produces realistic simulated sensor output for use in the development and testing of Autonomous Mobility Systems (AMS). The VANE produces simulated sensor output for ranging and camera sensors that are characterized by a few easily determined input parameters. This flexibility allows for the efficient characterization of a sensor interaction with a particular AMS. This paper presents… CONTINUE READING
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