Advanced driver assistance systems
A cost-effective implementation of a blind spot detection warning system
A typical blind spot monitoring system uses either side mounted electronic detection devices that sends out either electronic electromagnetic waves, or a digital camera that takes computer-processed images and analyzes them.
We have developed a Vision-based Blind Spot Detection (BSD) system for intelligent Advanced Driver Assistance Systems applications. In our system, images are analyzed using optical flow techniques and frame difference to detect pixels that move in the same direction as the host-vehicle.
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