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A Collaborative Framework for High-Definition Mapping

Abstract : For connected vehicles to have a substantial effect on road safety, it is required that accurate positions and trajectories can be shared. To this end, all vehicles must be accurately geolocalized in a common frame. This can be achieved by merging GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) information and visual observations matched with a map of geo-positioned landmarks. Building such a map remains a challenge, and current solutions are facing strong cost-related limitations. We present a collaborative framework for high-definition mapping, in which vehicles equipped with standard sensors, such as a GNSS receiver and a mono-visual camera, update a map of geolocalized landmarks. Our system is composed of two processing blocks: the first one is embedded in each vehicle, and aims at geolocalizing the vehicle and the detected feature marks. The second is operated on cloud servers, and uses observations from all the vehicles to compute updates for the map of geo-positioned landmarks. As the map's landmarks are detected and positioned by more and more vehicles, the accuracy of the map increases, eventually converging in probability towards a null error. The landmarks geo-positions are estimated in a stable and scalable way, enabling to provide dynamic map updates in an automatic manner.
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Alexis Stoven-Dubois, Kuntima Kiala Miguel, Aziz Dziri, Bertrand Leroy, Roland Chapuis. A Collaborative Framework for High-Definition Mapping. IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC 2019), Oct 2019, Auckland, New Zealand. pp.1845-1850, ⟨10.1109/ITSC.2019.8917292⟩. ⟨hal-02908399⟩

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