Project AutoVision: Localization and 3D Scene Perception for an Autonomous Vehicle with a Multi-Camera System [article]

Lionel Heng, Benjamin Choi, Zhaopeng Cui, Marcel Geppert, Sixing Hu, Benson Kuan, Peidong Liu, Rang Nguyen, Ye Chuan Yeo, Andreas Geiger, Gim Hee Lee, Marc Pollefeys, Torsten Sattler
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Project AutoVision aims to develop localization and 3D scene perception capabilities for a self-driving vehicle. Such capabilities will enable autonomous navigation in urban and rural environments, in day and night, and with cameras as the only exteroceptive sensors. The sensor suite employs many cameras for both 360-degree coverage and accurate multi-view stereo; the use of low-cost cameras keeps the cost of this sensor suite to a minimum. In addition, the project seeks to extend the operating
more » ... envelope to include GNSS-less conditions which are typical for environments with tall buildings, foliage, and tunnels. Emphasis is placed on leveraging multi-view geometry and deep learning to enable the vehicle to localize and perceive in 3D space. This paper presents an overview of the project, and describes the sensor suite and current progress in the areas of calibration, localization, and perception.
arXiv:1809.05477v2 fatcat:psxp34p4hbfzdjvxtnrvj26ysy