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
The Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) will help drivers better acknowledge legal speed limits to reduce the frequency and severity of accidents will become a mandatory requirement in several vehicle types from 2022.
In this paper, Continental, HERE Technologies, and Elektrobit describe the challenges involved in making ISA an industry-standard feature and show ways on how to implement such systems: from basic systems using only onboard vehicle cameras to more sophisticated architectures incorporating cameras, location data, digital maps, and electronic horizon technology.
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