07:30 PM

Maps for Autonomous Driving

by Dr. Richard Süselbeck 

There are many different autonomous driving programs, but they all have one thing in common: they all use maps. In this brief talk we’ll look at why maps are so critical for self-driving cars, what these maps look like, how they can help a vehicle understand where it is, what’s around it, and how to make driving decisions.

08:00 PM

An introduction to Baidu Apollo.auto

by Prof. Dr. Roland Wagner 

An introduction to Baidu Apollo.auto as an open source and data enviroment for autonomous driving: http://apollo.auto [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="http://22talks.geoit.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/VID_20190211_230040.mp4"][/video]

08:30 PM

Area based routing, an off-road approach

by Pascal Blunk 

The OSM community has been discussing routing on areas mainly in order to allow for pedestrian navigation on plazas etc.. The discussion mainly focuses on limited areas with a limited amount of blocking structures in an otherwise graph representable street scene. Off road motorcyclists share a similar use case exploring nature only to be blocked by deep waters or to steep downhill gradients. Download presentation: