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Robot driver 01.03.2013

Engineers from the University of Oxford have developed an interesting kit that turns almost any car into an automatic, that is, not requiring a driver. With the help of a kit called RobotCar, the Nissan LEAF electric car has already been converted into a robot.

The RobotCar system consists of two main parts: optical sensors that detect obstacles, and computers that process signals and control movement. There are only three computers: a low-level controller, a main computer and an Ipad with a control and information display interface. The system is able to carry out self-diagnosis and block the activation of the automatic driving system in case of any malfunctions. RobotCar also stops the car on its own if a problem with the automation has already arisen in the process of driving.

Outwardly, the LEAF robot car is no different from its "manned" counterparts - only compact electronics have been added to the cabin. Laser scanners themselves are small, about the size of a camera, and can be easily hidden in a radiator grill or bumper, and stereo cameras can also be used. We believe that the combination of these devices will further increase the reliability of traffic stop control at any time of the day.

While driving, RobotCar continuously builds a three-dimensional route map, supplemented with information such as the type of road markings, road signs, traffic lights, aerial photographs. The map of the area can be supplemented manually or updated via the Internet.

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