Video-based roll angle estimation for two-wheeled vehicles

@article{Schlipsing2011VideobasedRA,
  title={Video-based roll angle estimation for two-wheeled vehicles},
  author={Marc Schlipsing and Jakob Schepanek and Jan Salmen},
  journal={2011 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)},
  year={2011},
  pages={876-881}
}
Video-based driver assistance systems are a key component for intelligent vehicles today. Applications for lane detection, traffic sign recognition, and collision avoidance have been successfully deployed in cars and trucks. State-of-the art algorithms rely on machine learning and therefore depend on invariance conditions, e.g. a fixed image perspective. In order to apply current modules in two-wheeled vehicles one needs to determine the roll angle, i.e. the angle between the road plane and the… CONTINUE READING
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