Self Driving Surveillance

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Mrs. V. Swathi, S. Subba Sirisha, K. Teena Reddy, C. V. Sumedha, M. Nitish Kumar


Currently, global companies are developing technologies for advanced self-driving cars, which is in the 4th stage. Self-driving cars are being developed based on various ICT technologies, and the principle of operation can be classified into three levels recognition, judgment, and control. The recognition step is to recognize and collect information about surrounding situations by utilizing various sensors in vehicles such as GPS, camera, and radar. The judgment step determines the driving strategy based on the recognized information. Then, this step identifies and analyses the conditions in which the vehicle is placed, and determines the driving plans appropriate to the driving environment and the objectives. The control step determines the speed, direction, etc.,of the driving and the vehicle starts driving on its own. An autonomous driving vehicle performs various actions to arrive at its destination, repeating the steps of recognition, judgment, and control on its own.However, as the performance of self-driving cars, an increase in these sensors can cause in-vehicle overload. Self-driving cars use in-vehicle computers to compute data collected by sensors. As the amount of the computed data increases, it can affect the speed of judgment and control because of overload. These problems can threaten the stability of the vehicle. To prevent the overload, some studies have developed hardware that can perform deep-running operations inside the vehicle, while others use the cloud to compute the vehicle's sensor data.

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