Aktuelle Veröffentlichungen aus der Forschung

C-V2X Resource Deployment Architecture Based on Moving Network Convoys

V. Lakshminarasimhan and A. Knoll

IEEE 91st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2020-Spring), Antwerp, Belgium, 2020

30. Juni 2020

Vorausschauende Wahrnehmung für sicheres automatisiertes Fahren: Validierung intelligenter Infrastruktursysteme am Beispiel von Providentia

Annkathrin Krämmer, Christoph Schöller, Franz Kurz, Dominik Rosenbaum und Alois Knoll

Internationales Verkehrswesen

Februar 2020

What the Constant Velocity Model Can Teach Us About Pedestrian Motion Prediction

Christoph Schöller, Vincent Aravantinos, Florian Lay, Alois Knoll

arxiv

22. Januar 2020

Cooperative Multi-Vehicle Behavior Coordination for Autonomous Driving

Tobias Kessler und Alois Knoll

IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)

29. August 2019

Targetless Rotational Auto-Calibration of Radar and Camera for Intelligent Transportation Systems

Christoph Scholler, Maximilian Schnettler, Annkathrin Krammer, Gereon Hinz, Maida Bakovic, Muge Güzet and Alois Knoll

IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC)

28. Juli 2019

Providentia – A Large Scale Sensing System for the Assistance of Autonomous Vehicles

Annkathrin Krämmer, Christoph Schöller, Dhiraj Gulati und Alois Knoll

In Robotics Science and Systems Workshops (RSS Workshops), Freiburg, Germany, RSS Foundation.

Juni 2019

Robust Vehicle Infrastructure Cooperative Localization in Presence of Clutter

Dhiraj Gulati, Vincent Aravantinos, Nikhil Somani and Alois Knoll

IEEE International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION)

2019

Benefits and Challenges of Smart Highways for the User

Gesa Wiegand

Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI)

2019

Deep Reinforcement Learning for Predictive Longitudinal Control of Automated Vehicles

Martin Büchel und Alois Knoll

IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC)

Dezember 2018

Haptic Feedback in a Simulated Representation of a Highway in Automotive User Interfaces

Gesa Wiegand und Yuanting Liu

ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Workshops (CHI)

2018

Highway sensor system as enabler for autonomous driving

Gesa Wiegand und Yuanting Liu

ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Workshops (CHI)

2018.

Designing a far-reaching view for highway traffic scenarios with 5G-based intelligent infrastructure

Gereon Hinz, Martin Buechel, Frederik Diehl, Guang Chen, Annkathrin Kraemmer, Juri Kuhn, Venkatnarayanan Lakshminarasimhan, Malte Schellmann, Uwe Baumgarten und Alois Knoll

8. Tagung Fahrerassistenzsysteme

2017