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TitleDetermining the readiness of road line markings for autonomous vehicles through custom video analysis software
AuthorsElsegood ME, Mackenzie JRR
Year2021
TypeUnknown
AbstractTwo vehicles equipped with lane support systems (lane departure warning and lane keep assist) were instrumented with a GPS receiver and video cameras to record the detection rate of road line markings along an approximately 80 km route. Custom video analysis software was developed to determine the locations of line marking detections made by the vehicles post testing. An overall 97.8% detection rate was observed along the selected route, and the locations of the non-detections were further analysed to indicate possible causes of non-detections. Both lane support systems tested showed similar results for overall distances of line markings detected, but differences in the frequency of non-detections were reported.
Conference Name2021 Australasian Road Safety Conference
Conference AbbreviationARSC21
Conference LocationMelbourne, Australia
Conference Date28-30 September 2021

Reference
Elsegood ME, Mackenzie JRR (2021) Determining the readiness of road line markings for autonomous vehicles through custom video analysis software.