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Autonomous driving is currently a very active research area with virtually all automotive manufacturers competing to bring the first autonomous car to the market. This race leads to billions of dollars being invested in the development of novel sensors, processing platforms, and algorithms. In this paper, we explore the synergies between the challenges in self-driving technology and development of navigation aids for blind people and hearing loss people. The study of leverage the recentlydoi:10.33564/ijeast.2020.v04i10.047 fatcat:2vwr3n2eqzh7ndi5a5kgejgm7u