Crosswalk detection based on laser scanning from moving vehicle
Cáceres Hernández, Danilo
Hyun Jo, Kang
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The safety plays the most important role for both pedestrian and driver in autonomous, semi-autonomous or non-autonomous vehicle. To improve pedestrian safety, this paper presents a new type of laser feature extraction methods for crosswalk marking through Laser Measurement System (LMS). The crosswalk detection is achieved in three stages as follows: Lane Surface Identification (LSI), Lane Marking Recognition (LMR), and finally Crosswalk Marking Detection (CMD). Preliminary results were performed and tested on a group of consecutive frames during the daylight condition to prove its effectiveness.
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