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Staying in lane on highways with EB robinos

This tech paper shows how EB robinos can be used to implement a stay-in-lane function on highways, exemplified by an EB HAD test vehicle.

 

Staying in lane on highways with EB robinos

Table of contents

  • EB robinos
  • EB robinos architecture
  • Staying in lane on highways with EB robinos
  • Function definition
  • Realization
  • Stay-in-lane behavior using a stock vehicle
 

Introduction

This tech paper shows how EB robinos can be used to implement a stay-in-lane function for highways. After a short introduction into EB robinos, the function definition of the stay-in-lane example and the basic algorithms and components of the application are described. Afterwards, the implementation in one of EB's HAD test vehicles is shown. EB robinos accelerates the HAD development by applying ready to use software components. HAD development is made easier by the correct combination and configuration of the available software components with well-defined interfaces. The EB robinos approach enables car manufacturers to focus on the development of end consumer driving experience and HAD functions.

 

Resource type
Tech paper

 

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