Researchers from North Carolina State University have shaped a computer program that allows a car to wait in its lane without human control. Opening the door to the expansion of new automobile safety features and military request that could save lives, states a report in Science Daily.
“We develop computer dream programs, which allow a computer to appreciate what a video camera is looking at whether it is a stop sign or walker. This particular program is designed to permit used computers to keep a car within a path of a highway, because we map to use the program to drive a car,” says Dr. Wesley Snyder, lecturer of electrical and computer engineering at the NC State. “Though, there are some dream systems out there previously that can do lane finding, our program maintains an alertness of multiple lanes and travel in those lanes.”
Snyder and his co-authors have printed a program that uses algorithms to kind visual data and make decisions connected to finding the lanes of a road, detecting how those lane changes as a car are moving, and controlling the car to stay in the accurate lane.”This study has many potential uses,” Snyder says, “such as the expansion of military applications related to observation, reconnaissance and transport of materials.”
“This computer vision technology will also allow the development of new vehicle safety features, including systems that can let cars stay in their lanes, keep away from traffic and gracefully react to tragedy situations such as those where a driver has fallen asleep at the controls, had a heart harass or gone into diabetic shock. This can help defend not only the car that has the safety feature, but other drivers on the street as well. That’s a next age group of this research.” Researchers from North Carolina State University have created a processor program that allows a car to stay in its lane without human control, gap the door to the development of new automobile security features and military application that could save lives, states an account in Science Daily.