Simulative analysis of accuracy demands of co-operative localization in the COVEL project

  title={Simulative analysis of accuracy demands of co-operative localization in the COVEL project},
  author={Norman Mattern and Marcus Obst and Robin Schubert and Gerd Wanielik},
  journal={2011 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)},
Accurate and reliable vehicle localization is a challenging task. As the sensor budget of a vehicle is limited, new approaches to improve the positioning accuracy have to be exploited. One cost-efficient option is to incorporate digital maps to perform some kind of map matching. Furthermore, vehicle-to-vehicle communication can be used to exchange information about the relative position of the vehicles, which in turn can also be used to improve the ego positioning. The described approach is… CONTINUE READING
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