Center for Human Modeling and Simulation

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Conference Paper

Date of this Version

October 1998

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Copyright 1998 IEEE. Reprinted from Proceedings of the 4th IEEE Workshop on the Applications of Computer Vision, October 1998, pages 288-289.

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Abstract

We use Sarnoff's next-generation video processor, the PVT-200, to demonstrate real-time algorithms for stereo processing, obstacle detection, and terrain estimation from stereo cameras mounted on a moving vehicle. Sarnoff's stereo processing and obstacle detection capabilities are currently being used in several Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) programs, including MDARS-E and DEMO III. Sarnoff's terrain estimation capabilities are founded on a "model-based directed stereo" approach. We demonstrate ongoing collaborative research between Sarnoff and Universitat der Bundeswehr Miinchen, where we are studying vision processing for autonomous off-road navigation as part of the AUTONAVprogram.

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Date Posted: 12 July 2007

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