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Integrated Project Co-operative Systems for Road Safety “Smart Vehicles on Smart Roads” Tobias Schendzielorz TUM (Germany) tobias.schendzielorz@vt.bv.tum.de. SAFESPOT. T2.3.3 Data Fusion. Objective and Overview Status Further Steps for T2.3.3. Partners involved:.

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Integrated Project

Co-operative Systems for Road Safety

“Smart Vehicles on Smart Roads”

Tobias Schendzielorz

TUM (Germany)

tobias.schendzielorz@vt.bv.tum.de

SAFESPOT

t2 3 3 data fusion
T2.3.3 Data Fusion
  • Objective and Overview
  • Status
  • Further Steps for T2.3.3

Partners involved:

TUM, NAVTEQ, MIZAR, CRF, CSST, SODIT, PTV AG, IBEO

t2 3 3 data fusion objective
T2.3.3 Data Fusion - Objective
  • General Objective of Data Fusion…
  • …is the combination of data from multiple sensors (roadside and in-vehicle) as well as from external sources...
  • …in order to perform interferences that may not be possible from a single sensor or source alone.
t2 3 3 data fusion main goals
T2.3.3 Data Fusion – Main Goals
  • Increasing the quality of data in terms of Reliability, Accuracy , and Consistency.
  • Providing information which can not be measured directly by a sensor.
  • Prioritising information.
  • Closing gaps of detection. The impact of a potential breakdown of single sensor can be mitigated.
t2 3 3 data fusion status
T2.3.3 Data Fusion - Status
  • 5.3.1. Definition and Goals of Data Fusion
  • 5.3.2. Review on Models and Architectures of Data Fusion (based on the U.S. Joint Directors of Laboratories (JDL) Data Fusion Group)
  • 5.3.3. Lessons Learned from Other ITS Projects
  • (PReVENT ProFusion 1&2, PAROTO, INVENT)
  • 5.3.4. Proposed Levels of Data Fusion
  • 5.3.5. Further Steps within the Data Fusion
t2 3 3 data fusion status2
T2.3.3 Data Fusion - Status
  • Kinds of Data Fusion:
  • Complementarythe information or data covers not the same area, objects or object attributes
  • Competitivesame entities are detected by different types of sensors or information sources.
  • Co-operativedata is achieved which is not possible to be detected by a sensors or because there is no sensor available
t2 3 3 data fusion further steps1
T2.3.3 Data Fusion – Further Steps

TUM will provided an detailed work plan.

Open Topics:

  • Will T2.3.3 be responsible for the specification of the RSU / MFO? (Hardware specifications, power supply…)
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Thank you for your attention!

Tobias Schendzielorz

TUM (Germany)

tobias.schendzielorz@vt.bv.tum.de

SAFESPOT