The game as a stimulus for learning advancement and improvement.
This is the reasoning that proposes Audi for youthful German students who have contended in the Audi Cup Autonomous Driving through the autonomous Audi Q5 scale 1: 8. The site decided for the tests has been the Audi museum and the winners have officially gotten their prize after their own solutions from the software that Audi has given them for competition.
Alexander Hanl, engineer and member of the jury, along with Dr. Patrick Heinemann and Dr. Lars Mesow have evaluated the eight teams are competing for a title and $ 10,000 prize in the second Audi Cup Driving autonomous 2016 ( AADC).
So as to take an interest in the competition, in October 2015, eight groups of students from Germany got two car models keeping in mind the end goal to actualize their own particular capacities. All have equipment, which relates to the essential structure of a vehicle created in arrangement on a size of 1: 8 and base programming that associates with the sensors and actuators. Every vehicle has ten ultrasonic sensors like those utilized as a part of automatic parking attendants.
The model additionally has a 3D camera and color recognition that can screen street markings, traffic signs, obstacles and other traffic members. All information are gone into a focal locally available PC which evaluates the signs. This is the place students groups get the opportunity to work. His biggest challenge is to develop software, so the autonomous car reacts correctly in every situation and is prepared for all eventualities.
The team at the Institute of Technology Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen presented the best overall solution thus were winners of the Audi Cup 2016 Autonomous Driving
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