Publicado el 6 ago. 2019
One of the sensors Roborace has on offer on DevBot 2.0 is LIDAR, a laser-based perception system that works alongside the GPS system in mapping the road ahead. This overlay shown was instrumental in how we set the first official autonomous hillclimb time at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2019. #ThisIsRoborace#AutonomousVehicles #LIDAR
The green icons is what the car sees as it climbs the hill. The central black arrow is where the car wants to be. The small white arrows in front of the black arrow are all possible projected path positions the car will travel into. LIDAR will then combine with the cars other sensors to make decisions.
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