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Deep Learning for Driverless Vehicles

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Publication date1/03/2019
Host publicationHandbook of Deep Learning Applications
EditorsV. Balas, S. Roy, D. Sharma, P. Samui
Place of PublicationCham
Number of pages17
ISBN (Electronic)9783030114794
ISBN (Print)9783030114787
<mark>Original language</mark>English

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Name Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies


Automation is becoming a large component of many industries in the 21st century, in areas ranging from manufacturing, communications and transportation. Automation has offered promised returns of improvements in safety, productivity and reduced costs. Many industry leaders are specifically working on the application of autonomous technology in transportation to produce “driverless” or fully autonomous vehicles. A key technology that has the potential to drive the future development of these vehicles is deep learning. Deep learning has been an area of interest in machine learning for decades now but has only come into widespread application in recent years. While traditional analytical control systems and computer vision techniques have in the past been adequate for the fundamental proof of concept of autonomous vehicles, this review of current and emerging technologies demonstrates these short comings and the road map for overcoming them with deep learning.