​​Self-driving car technology: When will the robots hit the road?

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Self-driving car technology: When will the robots hit the road?

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Sensor Challenges

Considering the mission set you read about in this module, research the state of the art in sensor technology for that mission. Then write a post that details the sensor requirements facing a particular application within this mission set. What existing sensors and processing approaches are used in this application? What are the technical challenges that have to be overcome in order for this application to succeed? What technologies or operational processes are being developed that would enable this application?

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Running head: DRIVERLESS CAR TECHNOLOGY

The Progress of Driverless Car Technology
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DRIVERLESS CAR TECHNOLOGY

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The Progress of Driverless Car Technology
Understanding where the autonomous vehicle technology currently is as confusing and
hard as understanding where the world is in the pursuit of Artificial Intelligence. Although fully
automated cars are not yet on the market, experts predict that they will be within the next five or
ten years to come (Heineke et al., 2017). Many companies, including Tesla, Google, Intel, and
other tech giants, are working to make driverless cars a reality.
Existing Sensors and Processing Approaches for Autonomous Vehicles
Sensors are important components of self-driving cars. They provide driverless cares with
the data about its surroundings and environment. The capability to drive autonomously or
automated tasks heavily relies on the capability to get correct, relevant, and enough information
about the environment's state. LIDAR sensors provide 3D environment's scan and are considered
to be the Autonomous Vehicles' future. Camera sensors provide the details about the
environment but need machine-learning based software to translate all 2D images into 3D
(Heineke et al., 2017). However, LIDAR sensors are costly and therefore, may not be
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