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151-0323-00L  Autonomous Mobility on Demand: From Car to Fleet

SemesterHerbstsemester 2017
DozierendeE. Frazzoli, A. Censi
Periodizitätjährlich wiederkehrende Veranstaltung
LehrspracheEnglisch
KommentarNumber of participants limited to 20.


KurzbeschreibungAutonomous Mobility on Demand systems based on self-driving cars will make a huge impact in the world. This class describes the basics of modeling, perception, learning, planning, and control for fleets of self-driving cars. We focus particular regard to the problem of integration and co-design of components and behaviors. The course has a heavy experimental component.
LernzielThe students will learn how to create all parts of an architecture for a complex multi-robot system performing a nontrivial task (an autonomous taxi service).
InhaltPart 1: Single car functionalities (perception-planning-control loop, based on vision data); Part 2: Multiple cars (formal methods for safety, platooning, coordination, fleet-level policy optimization)
SkriptCourse notes will be provided for free in an electronic form.
LiteraturCourse notes will be provided for free in an electronic form. These are some books that can be used to provide background information or consulted as references: (1) Siegwart, Nourbakhsh, Scaramuzza - Introduction to autonomous mobile robots; (2) Norvig, Russell - Artificial Intelligent, a modern approach. (3) Peter Corke - Robotics Vision and Control (4) Oussama Khatib, Bruno Siciliano - Handbook of Robotics
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesStudents should have taken a basic course in probability. Students should be familiar with basic programming and Linux use.