Bachelor Theses

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  • The safety validation of automated emergency braking (AEB) systems is not economical with current methods. A statistical proof requires a lot of driving data due to rarely occurring errors. For this reason, FZD is investigating effect paths to reduce the effort of achieving statistical evidence.

    Supervisors: Daniel Betschinske, M. Sc., Malte Schrimpf, M. Sc.

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  • The VIVALDI project is concerned with the evaluation and validation of sensor system models, i.e. for modeling radar and lidar sensors.

    Recently, validation is attempted on multiple levels of the processing chain. Single detections in pointclouds are a common interface representation for radar and lidar sensor systems and corresponding models. Evaluating two different pointclouds of the same sensor is challenging since many different metrics are available. Therefore, this work aims at implementing a toolbox capable of applying different metrics on pointcloud level. Objective is the simple application and comparison of multiple metrics.

    Supervisor: Lukas Elster, M. Sc.

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  • The VIVALDI project is concerned with the evaluation and validation of sensor system models, i.e. for modeling radar and lidar sensors. Recently, validation is attempted on multiple levels of the processing chain. Object lists are a common interface representation for perception systems and corresponding models. Evaluating these with respect to given reference data is challenging since many different metrics are available. Therefore, this work aims at implementing a toolbox capable of applying different metrics on object list level. Objective is the simple application and comparison of multiple metrics.

    Supervisor: Ken Mori, M. Sc.

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