A New Algorithm to Make Future Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Faster 2015-01-1412
The safe handling of complex and dense traffic situations is a basic pillar of road safety. Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) make a decisive contribution to that. Although the computing power of modern ADAS is fast growing, a simplification of the algorithms used can further improve the reliability and effectiveness of such systems.
The permanent calculation of the time to collision (TTC) with objects moving on a non defined motion path requires a high computing power. The paper will explain a new algorithm-based approach to make future ADAS faster with simultaneously increasing the reliability.