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These examples track extended objects using lidar detections and
multi-object trackers, such as trackerJPDA and
Detect, classify, and track vehicles by using lidar point cloud data captured by a lidar sensor mounted on an ego vehicle. The lidar data used in this example is recorded from a highway-driving scenario. In this example, the point cloud data is segmented to determine the class of objects using the PointSeg network. A joint probabilistic data association (JPDA) tracker with an interactive multiple model filter is used to track the detected vehicles.
Track vehicles using measurements from a lidar sensor mounted on top of an ego
Fuse lidar and camera data to track vehicles using a JIPDA tracker
Track moving objects with multiple lidars using a grid-based tracker. A grid-based tracker enables early fusion of data from high-resolution sensors such as radars and lidars to create a global object list.
Fuse prerecorded lidar and camera object detections to create a smoothed
vehicle track list
Track vehicles using measurements from a lidar sensor mounted on top of an ego vehicle. Due to high resolution capabilities of the lidar sensor, each scan from the sensor contains a large number of points, commonly known as a point cloud. The example illustrates the workflow in Simulink for processing the point cloud and tracking the objects. The lidar data used in this example is recorded from a highway driving scenario. You use the recorded data to track vehicles with a joint probabilistic data association (JPDA) tracker and an interacting multiple model (IMM) approach. The example closely follows the Track Vehicles Using Lidar: From Point Cloud to Track List MATLAB® example.
Track moving objects with multiple lidars using a grid-based tracker in Simulink. You use the Grid-Based Multi Object Tracker Simulink block to define the grid-based tracker. This Grid-based tracker uses dynamic occupancy grid map as an intermediate representation of the environment. This example closely follows the Grid-Based Tracking in Urban Environments Using Multiple Lidars MATLAB® example.
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