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A simple 2D autonomous vehicule simulator with CAN drive-by-wire

Project description

Autonomous Vehicule Simulator 2D

Purpose

This package is a 2D simulator for autonomous vehicule. The simulator is based on pygame.
The main purpose is to train students on CAN-Bus and to introduce them self-driving vehicule problematics. The vehicule is piloted by CAN drive-by-wire. Important to know : Self-driving features are not developped as they are supposed to be done by students. This package is done for educationnal purpuses.

Drive-by-wire features

Actuators

  • Powertrain
    • Accelerate
    • Brake
    • Turn
  • Lightings :
    • Blink left
    • Blink right
    • Low beam
    • High Beam

Sensors

  • Dashboard
    • Speed
    • Motor Speed
    • Gear selection
  • SDV sensor
    • Front camera with semantic segmentation with following masks :
      • road
      • stop
      • yield
      • crossing
      • car_park

Author and collaborators

The author, Raphaël LEBER, is a robotic teacher at CPE Lyon (a French engineering school).

A few students from CPE Lyon collaborated on some features :

  • Baptiste Brejon
  • Marion Deshayes
  • Yann Ville
  • Aubin Jousselin
  • Benjamin Damarius

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