Driverless cars and autonomous driving have shown major progress recently with the use of machine learning to learn driving behaviors from human demonstrations. However, the uptake of these is still limited, especially since the safety of such data-driven solutions is difficult to guarantee or even assess. Our work in autonomous driving targets the question how data-driven methods can be used as components of a solution that also provides safety. Our work in the area is done in collaboration with partners across Aalto University in the context of Aalto University Center for Autonomous Systems and Finnish Center for AI.
What we do
- On-line planning of short-term driving trajectories that address safety.
Decision-Making in Autonomous Driving with Data- and Model-Based Methods Combination Ensuring Road Safety Aspects
In addition to transportation comfort and efficiency, autonomous vehicles provide a vital improvement in traffic safety by minimizing impact of human factor. In this project, the data- and model-based approaches will be combined to develop a safety-oriented decision-making algorithm for autonomous driving systems. The main assessment criteria for the vehicle performance actuation is traffic safety, […]
A high intelligence decision-making system is crucial for urban autonomous driving with dense surrounding dynamic objects. It must be able to handle the complex road geometry and topology, complex multi-agent interactions, and accurately follow the high-level commands such as routing information. The vehicle must apply sophisticated negotiation skills with other road users when overtaking, giving […]