Test methodology for rain influence on automotive surround sensors

@article{Hasirlioglu2016TestMF,
  title={Test methodology for rain influence on automotive surround sensors},
  author={Sinan Hasirlioglu and Alexander Kamann and Igor Doric and T. Brandmeier},
  journal={2016 IEEE 19th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC)},
  year={2016},
  pages={2242-2247}
}
Automotive safety systems aim to provide maximum protection to vehicle occupants and vulnerable road users. These safety features rely on data from surround sensors such as radar, lidar and camera, which provide detailed information about the environment of the vehicle. A minor error in the measurements of these sensors can lead to major injuries or death. Hence, the reliability and accuracy of these sensor systems is mandatory. The performance of surround sensors depends on their local… Expand
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