• Engineering
  • Published 1998

VEHICLE TRACKING WITH A LASER SCANNER

@inproceedings{Kirchner1998VEHICLETW,
  title={VEHICLE TRACKING WITH A LASER SCANNER},
  author={Alexander Kirchner and K Timm},
  year={1998}
}
In this paper, the authors describe a vehicle tracking system for automatic cruise control (ACC) applications. The system uses a laser scanner that is mounted on a vehicle as the sensor. The scanner delivers range data of a horizontal plane up to a maximum range of 100 meters in front of the vehicle. A tracking algorithm is used for computing the position, speed, and acceleration of all vehicles in the detection area. The tracking system uses Kalman-Filtering with a kinematic model of the… CONTINUE READING

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