handless car


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This is the futhure of cars where the car runs by itself without any driver. obusely it decrease the no accident and save human life.


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2/2/2009 “ Hand free Driven Car ” “ TECHNOLOGY :- The spice of Life ” By -: Navneet Maurya

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2/2/2009 Introduction Definition - : Hands free is an adjective describing equipment that can be used without the use of hands. All of us like to drive our car with a mobile in one hand, talking to the other person. But we shouldn’t. Because here any mistake means, ‘ No Turning Back ’!

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2/2/2009 So, There comes the tomorrow’s technology. Hand free driven car.

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2/2/2009 History The history of autonomous vehicles starts in 1977 in Japan. It achieved speeds of up to 30 km/h, by tracking white street markers. In the 1980s a vision-guided Mercedes-Benz robot van, designed by Ernst Dickmanns at the University der Bundeswehr, Germany, achieved 100 km/h. In 1995, Dickmanns´ re-engineered autonomous S-Class Mercedes-Benz took a 1600 km trip from Munich to Copenhagen and back, using computer vision and transputers to react in real time. The robot achieved speeds exceeding 175 km/h, with 95% autonomous driving. Again it drove in traffic, executing manoeuvres to pass other cars. In 1995, the Carnegie Mellon University Navlab project achieved 98.2% autonomous driving on a 5000 km "No hands across America" trip. This car, however, was semi-autonomous by nature: it used neural networks to control the steering wheel, but throttle and brakes were human-controlled.

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2/2/2009 Existing Technologies In order to drive a car, a system would need to: Understand its immediate environment (Sensors) Know where it is and where it wants to go (Navigation) Find its way in the traffic (Motion planning) Control of vehicle (Actuation) Arguably, 2 1/2 of these problems are already solved: Navigation and Actuation completely, and Sensors partially, but improving fast. The main unsolved part is the motion planning.

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2/2/2009 Sensors Sensors employed in driverless cars vary from the minimalist ARGO project's monochrome stereoscopy to mobileye's inter-modal (video, infra-red, laser, radar) approach. Road-sign recognition Self-Steering GPS System for Cars

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2/2/2009 Navigation The ability to plot a route from where the vehicle is to where the user wants to be has been available for several years

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2/2/2009 Motion Planning This system helps to finds its way in traffic

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2/2/2009 Control of vehicle Automatic Stability Control (ASC): It control the vehicle automatic.

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2/2/2009 Work done in simulation While developing control systems for real cars is very costly in terms of both time and money, much work can be done in simulations of various complexity.

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2/2/2009 Recent Projects Fully autonomous vehicles Infrastructure Assistance systems There are three approaches for the Recent Projects :

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2/2/2009 Fully Autonomous Vehicles They require a car to drive itself to pre-set target using un-modified infrastructure. Vehicles for paved roads: The 800 million Euro EUREKA Prometheus Project on autonomous vehicles (1987-1995). The third competition of the DARPA Grand Challenge held in November 2007. Free-ranging military vehicles: There are three cluster activity relating to free-ranging. Some of these projects are military-oriented. US military DARPA Grand Challenge European Land-Robot Trial (ELROB) The Israeli Military-Industrial Complex

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2/2/2009 Pre-built Infrastructure The following projects were conceived as practical attempts to use available technology Dual mode transit - monorail Automated highway systems Free-ranging on grid Electric vehicles locate themselves using readings & recalibrating themselves occasionally using a "maze" of magnets embedded in the environment

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2/2/2009 Dual mode transit - monorail Centrally managed, fully computerized transport system

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2/2/2009 Automated Highway Systems An effort to construct special lanes on existing highways

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2/2/2009 Driver-assistance Driver-assistance mechanisms are of several distinct types, Sensorial-informative Actuation-corrective Systemic

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2/2/2009 Warn or inform the driver about events that may have passed unnoticed Sensorial-informative

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2/2/2009 Actuation-corrective Anti-lock braking system (ABS) Traction control (TCS) Four wheel drive (AWD) Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Dynamic steering response (DSR)

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2/2/2009 Systemic Automatic parking Follow another car on a motorway Nissan's "Distance Control assist" Death Brake

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2/2/2009 In film In 1989 film Batman In 1994 film Time cop In 2000 film The 6th Day In 2004 film I, Robot In 2004 Tarzan -The wonder car This technology is very known in film industrie.

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2/2/2009 Conclusion As we are going searching and searching new technology we becomes a member advance society. As we found new technology for the “Hand free Driven Car”, which made our life more easier that finally means: - “Technology- The spice of Life”

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2/2/2009 Thank You

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