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4509.3 - Generation and communication of dynamic maps using light projection

Tuesday, July 4
2:10 PM - 2:30 PM
Location: Harding

Many accidents are caused by miscommunication between traffic participants. Much research is being conducted in the area of car to car and car to in-frastructure communication in order to eliminate this cause of accidents. However, less attention is paid to the question how the behavior of a car can be communicated to pedestrians. Especially considering automated traffic, there is a lack of communication between cars and pedestrians.

In this paper, we address the question how an autonomously driving car can inform pedestrians about its intentions. Especially in case of highly automated driving, making eye contact with a driver will give no clue about his or her intensions. We developed a prototype which continuously informs pedestrians about the intentions of the vehicle by projecting visual patterns onto the ground. Furthermore, the system communicates its interpretation of the observed situation to the pedestrians to warn them or to encourage them to perform a certain action. In order to communicate adaptively, the vehicle needs to develop an understanding of the dynamics of a city to know what to expect in certain situations and what speed is appropriate. To support this, we created a dynamic map, which estimates the number of pedestrians and cyclists in a certain area, which is then used to determine how ‘hazardous’ the area is. This dynamic map is obtained from measurement data from many time instances, in contrast to the static car navigation maps, which are prevalent today. Apart from being used for communication purposes, the dynamic map can also influence the speed of a car, be it manually or autonomously driven. Adapting the speed in hazardous areas will avoid accidents where a car drives too fast, so that neither a human nor a computer-operated system would be able to stop in time.

Steffen Busch

PhD candidate
Leibniz Universität Hannover


1987

born in Göttingen

1998-2007

Abitur at the Georg-Christoph-Lichtenberg-Gesamtschule in Göttingen

2008-2011

B.Sc. Computer Science University Hannover

2011-2014

M.Sc. Computer Science University Hannover

2014

Research assistant at the IMS, Leibniz University of Hannover

since July 2014



Reasearch fellow and PhD student at the IKG, Leibniz University of Hannover

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Alexander Schlichting

PhD candidate
Leibniz Universität Hannover

Alexander Schlichting (M. Sc.) studied Geodesy and Geoinformatics at the Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany, from 2007-2012. Since 2012 he works as a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics at the Leibniz Universität Hannover. His research topic is an accurate vehicle localization using 3D LiDAR features.

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Claus Brenner

Leibniz Universität Hannover

Studied Computer Science at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, from 1987-1994. From 1994-2000 Ph.D. student at the Institute of Photogrammetry at the University of Stuttgart. From 2000-2002 engineer at Robert Bosch GmbH in Hildesheim, Germany. Since 2001 scientist at the Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics at the Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany.

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Luciene S. Delazari

Professor
Federal University of Paraná

Dr Luciene Delazari is a Senior Lecturer in Cartography and GIS at Federal Unviersity of Paraná. She is he Head of Graduate PRogram in Geodetic Sciences and Editor-in-Chief of Bulletin of Geodetic Sciences. Her research interests focus around geoinformatics, Cartographic interfaces and interactivity and mapping.

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