The mobile revolution – Machine intelligence for autonomous vehicles

  • 1 Daimler AG Research & Development, Environment Perception, Sindelfingen, Germany

Abstract

What started as a distant vision just a few decades ago is quickly becoming reality. Autonomous vehicles are about to be deployed on a large scale and will fundamentally change our transportation behavior. In this particular application, extreme demands on reliability and quality give rise to numerous problems and open issues that need to be jointly identified and addressed by both academia and industry. In this article, we present an overview of the current state-of-the-art in the field of intelligent autonomous vehicles. We further discuss open problems and current research directions.

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