RoboCar MiniVan public road experiment support package
Overview · Features
This package utilizes Autonomous driving technology and supports customer's demonstration experiment.
For experimental vehicles, we used RoboCar® MiniVan, an autonomous driving technology development platform based on a commercial car hybrid minivan.
A laser scanner that monitors the surroundings, a monocular camera, a stereo camera RoboVision®, a GPS and inertial sensor that measures the position and behavior of the vehicle, and we have built and installed an in-vehicle computer IZAC® equipped with artificial intelligence that integrates acquired sensor data and performs autonomous operation.
Since the achievements and know-how of public road demonstration experiments started from 2014 are collected, we will support technical advice, operation support of implementation plan, driver and support car running at the time of request, etc. according to your request.
Examples of utilization scenes include a wide range of scenes requested by demonstration experiments aimed at confirming the effectiveness of services aimed at providing mobility services in depopulated areas and experiments on Autonomous driving in public roads up to applied service fields.
Examples of Autonomous driving functions installed in Odaiba's autonomous driving experiment
· Front-following function
· Peripheral object detection (peripheral vehicle, pedestrian)
· Lane Keep
· Lane change
. Signal recognition (including arrow signals)
· Turn right at intersection
· Road parking avoidance
· Registration route traveling
※The above is an actual case in Odaiba and it does not guarantee that all can be realized in the demand area.
Scenario example of package usage
• ADAS · Experiment and evaluation on public road in sensor development for autonomous operation
• Demonstration of effectiveness for the introduction of mobility services such as local governments
For details about Autonomous driving vehicle development platform based on commercial hybrid minivan vehicle RoboCar MiniVan you can check here.