Fusing Cameras, Connected Maps, and Electronic Horizon
Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) will become a mandatory requirement in a lot of vehicle types from 2022 but must be implemented in an efficient way
Table of contents
- What is Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA)
- ISA history, regulations, and future implications
- ISA history, content, and applicability
- Safety, financial, and environmental benefits
- Euro NCAP extra scoring and 2019 test results
- Euro NCAP speed limit testing in 2019
- Expected outcomes for the automotive industry
- Implications for OEMs
- Real-world challenges
- Estimated posted limits density in Europe
- Lack of physical speed limit signs in certain parts of the world
- Implicit speed limits based on location
- Speed limits determined by weather conditions
- Other environmental variables
- Considerations for trucks and commercial vehicles
- Implementation architecture scenarios
- Onboard vehicle camera-only implementations
- Electronic horizon + maps
- Onboard vehicle cameras + electronic horizon + maps
- The Importance of multiple data sources for robust implementation
- The global platform for connected ADAS and automated driving
- Sharing sensor data to keep location information updated at scale
EB robinos Predictor in-vehicle electronic horizon solution for accurate and up-to-date information about the road ahead.
EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit robust and production-ready ADASIS Provider for your R&D activities.
Continental’s eHorizon Maps on Demand Service gives connected vehicles the ability to see the road ahead by always providing up-to-date map information to driver and vehicle.
HERE HD Live Map provides intelligent sensor data for autonomous driving solutions.