Vehicle-road Cooperative Simulation and 3D Visualization System

@article{Wu2022VehicleroadCS,
  title={Vehicle-road Cooperative Simulation and 3D Visualization System},
  author={D. Wu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2208.07304}
}
  • D. Wu
  • Published 14 July 2022
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
—The safety of single-vehicle autonomous driving technology is limited due to the limits of perception capability of on-board sensors. In contrast, vehicle-road collaboration tech- nology can overcome those limits and improve the traffic safety and efficiency, by expanding the sensing range, improving the perception accuracy, and reducing the response time. However, such a technology is still under development; it requires rigorous testing and verification methods to ensure the reliability and… 

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