LRA

Localization - Augmented Reality

Objectives

The LRA project was launched on July 2013 with the purpose of analyzing and developing technologies and services for information processing and visualization for the automobile and rail sectors:

  • study new interactions and interfaces between the driver (or rail system) and the vehicle, notably based on augmented reality technology;
  • study location systems procuring a cost/performance/security breakthrough.

Results

LRA Publications

A cooperative control architecture for automated driving system

C. Guo

ITS

Analyse de l'activité et approche systémique de situations de délégation de conduite : apport pour la compréhension de l'activité de conduite automobile autonome

C. Poisson

SELF

Augmented Reality Interface Design for Autonomous Driving

R. Pokam

ICINCO

Augmented Reality Interface Design for Autonomous Driving

R. Pokam

FAST zero

Automatisation de la conduite automobile : suppression ou transformation de l’activité du conducteur ?

C. Poisson

Epique

Shared Control Framework Applied for Vehicle Longitudinal Control in Highway Merging Scenario

C. Guo, C. Sentouh, J.-C. Popieul, B. Soualmi, J.-B. Haue

GTAA'15

Shared Control with Haptic Feedback for Automatic Vehicle Longitudinal Control: A Use Case Study

C. Guo

IEEE-SMC

Déterminant et vécu de la reprise en main d’un véhicule autonome

C.Poisson

Ergo IA

Vers des logiques et des concepts de représentations : une séance de créativité

R. Pokam

Ergo IA

Adaptive vehicle longitudinal trajectory prediction for automated highway driving

C. Guo

EEE-IVS

Designing Human-Machine Interface for Autonomous Vehicles

S. Debernard, C. Chauvin, R. Pokam, S. Langlois

IFAC HMS

Cooperation between Driver and Automated Driving System: Implementation and Evaluation

C. Guo, C. Sentouh, JC. Popieul, JB. Haué, S. Langlois, J.J. Loeillet, B. Soualmi, T. NGuyen-That

DSC

Simulation of Head-up Displays for Augmented Reality in Cars: a preliminary Study

T. NGuyen-That, S. Langlois, P. Mermillod, W. Boisvilliers

DSC

Virtual Head-up Displays for Augmented Reality in Cars: an User Study to validate the Congruence

S. Langlois, P. Mermillod, T. NGuyen-That

ECCE

Augmented reality versus classical HUD to take over from automated driving: an aid to smooth reactions and to anticipate maneuvers1*

S. Langlois, B. Soualmi

ITSC

Augmented reality for pedestrian detection: first elements about a study conducted on a real car

S. Langlois, P. Mermillod, V. Lancelle

AUI Workshop

Cooperation between Driver and Automated Driving System: Implementation and Evaluation

C. Guo, C. Sentouh, J-C. Popieul, J-B. Haué, S. Langlois, J-J. Loeillet, B. Soualmi, T. Nguyen

Transport Research part F

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Retrospective

Completed
Autonomous Transport
Industrial Partners
Alstom Transport Assystem Oktal Renault Sysnav Valeo
Academic Partners
CEA
Project Manager
Sabine Langlois
sabine.langlois[at]@www.irt-systemx.fr