IV'12 Paper Abstract


Paper TuPO3S.18

Jiang, Yan (Beijing Institute of Technology), Zhao, Xijun (Beijing Institute of Technology), Gong, Jianwei (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Xiong, Guangming (Beijing Institute of Technology), Chen, Huiyan (Beijing Institute of Technology), Zhai, Yong (Beijing Institute of Technology), Jiang, Yanhua (Beijing Institute of Technology), Zhou, Shengyan (Beijing Institute of Technology), Hu, Yuwen (Beijing Institute of Technology)

Design of a Universal Self-Driving System for Urban Scenarios -BIT-III in the 2011 Intelligent Vehicle Future Challenge

Scheduled for presentation during the Poster Session "Poster session III" (TuPO3S), Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 09:50−11:20, Room T1

2012 Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, June 3-7, 2012, Alcal de Henares, Spain

This information is tentative and subject to change. Compiled on April 19, 2019

Keywords Automated Vehicles, System Architecture, Collision Avoidance


the 2011 Intelligent Vehicle Future Challenge (11IVFC) tested self-driving systems in real urban scenarios. The entry of Beijing Institute of Technology: BIT-III finished the 10-kilometer long track in 28 minutes without human operation and obeyed traffic regulations in most circumstances. This paper presented the design and implementation of BIT-III. As a universal self-driving system, BIT-III valued extensibility and featured modularized system architecture. For a better compatibility with diverse sensing devices, BIT-III classified perception to be either OGM-oriented or object-oriented based on the output mode. To work in environments with uncertainties, BIT-III gave first priority to safety and stability in driving, and realized them in the core-level components as the instinct of the system. Even in the unknown environment in the 11IVFC, BIT-III was able to drive smoothly without crashes.



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