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Mind the road user: Learn when to break in critical moments

Joint cooperation between Continental AG and computer scientists from the University of Jena

Forming a joint cooperation with Continental AG in the research project UR:BAN Cognitive Assistance, scientists from the Computer Vision Group of the University of Jena are currently working on improving state-of-the-art recognition systems for pedestrians and other vulnerable road users. As part of his PhD project, Johannes Rühle is developing methods to predict the vulnerability of detected objects in road traffic scenes.


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Johannes Rühle from the Computer Vision Group of the University of Jena

Computer scientist Johannes Rühle from the University of Jena is currently developing methods to predict the vulnerability of objects detected in road traffic scenes. The PhD candidate's results will set the foundation of a new generation of advanced driver assistance systems.

Picture: Jan-Peter Kasper/FSU
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