Autonomous systems require sensing, perception, planning, and execution. The stages of perception and planning pose the core of research and development efforts for autonomous systems.
The white paper demonstrates how you can use MATLAB® and Simulink® to:
Define scenarios and generate detections from sensors including radar, camera, lidar, and sonar
Develop algorithms for sensor fusion and localization
Compare state estimation filters, motion models, and multi-object trackers
Perform what-if analysis with different scenarios
Evaluate positional accuracy and track assignment performance versus ground truth
Generate C code for rapid prototyping
Read this white paper to learn how you can eliminate development effort spent starting over with each new autonomous system through examples focused on sensor fusion and multi-object tracking.
Download the white paper to learn how sensor fusion and tracking algorithms can be designed for autonomous system perception using MATLAB and Simulink. Examples include multi-object tracking for camera, radar, and lidar sensors.
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