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Vehicular Cooperative Navigation Based on H-SPAWN Using GNSS, Vision, and Radar Sensors
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Vehicular Cooperative Navigation Based on H-SPAWN Using GNSS, Vision, and Radar Sensors
Ko, Hyunwoo; Kong, Seung-Hyun;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a vehicular cooperative navigation system using GNSS, vision sensor and radar sensor that are frequently used in mass-produced cars. The proposed cooperative vehicular navigation system is a variant of the Hybrid-Sum Product Algorithm over Wireless Network (H-SPAWN), where we use vision and radar sensors instead of radio ranging(i.e.,UWB). The performance is compared and analyzed with respect to the sensors, especially the position estimation error decreased about fifty percent when using radar compared to vision and radio ranging. In conclusion, the proposed system with these popular sensors can improve position accuracy compared to conventional cooperative navigation system(i.e.,H-SPAWN) and decrease implementation costs.
 Keywords
Cooperative positioning;Radar;Vision;GNSS;H-SPAWN;
 Language
Korean
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