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3D vision sensing for improved pedestrain safety

Grubb, Grant


Pedestrian-vehicle accidents account for the second largest source of automotive related fatality and injury worldwide. Automotive manufactures will soon be required to meet regulations specifying safety requirements for pedestrian-vehicle collisions. The inclusion of pedestrian protection systems (eg. External airbags) is being consider as a solution to preventing pedestrian fatality and injury. However, such systems require knowledge of pedestrian presence for correct activation. This...[Show more]

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Date published: 2004
Type: Thesis (MPhil)


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