Deliverable 4.3

Initial version of higher-level perception functions

The deliverable provides an initial design and implementation of the higher level perception functions referring to road surface and obstacle perception, parking spot detection, road users classification, tracking and signaling perception.

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Deliverable 4.2

Initial version of low-level perception functions

The deliverable provides an initial design and implementation of the spatio-temporal and appearance based low level representation (STAR) which represents the basis of building a virtual super-sensor that may perceive the environment like it has the capabilities of all available sensors mounted on the vehicles.

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Deliverable 4.1

Initial specification and design of on-board sensing

This deliverable states the sensing possibilities, suitable to enable vehicle’s highly automated driving capabilities, as well as to collect useful information for map related operations including map enrichment, alignment, etc.

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Deliverable 2.3

Second vehicle platform available

This deliverable documents the functionality of the second vehicle platform. It details the sensor setup, presents the high-level processing framework, reports on communication capabilities and provides a brief overview of the safety elements and policies.

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Deliverable 2.2

First vehicle platform fully operational

This deliverable documents the functionality of the first vehicle platform. It provides a thorough analysis of the sensor setup, presents the high-level processing framework, reports on communication capabilities and provides a brief overview of the safety elements and policies.

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Deliverable 5.2

First development and integration cycle of lifelong mapping

This deliverable describes the lifelong mapping framework after the first development & integration cycle. All components, notably the metric and semantic map, the metric online localization, the semantic data aggregation and the map summarization are functional and integrated on the vehicles, fulfill their basic
purposes and interact with each other in a limited fashion. All components deliver first evaluation results.

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