Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
The ALVINN-on-a-chip project is developing an intelligent VLSI imaging sensor for road following
|AUtomotive Run-Off-Road Avoidance system (AURORA)
To help avoid highway accidents, we have developed a vision-based lateral position estimation system called AURORA.
|Autonomous Land Vehicle In a Neural Network (ALVINN)
Neural network navigation
|Neural Network Gaze Tracking
We have developed an artificial neural network based gaze tracking system which can be customized to individual users.
|No Hands Across America! (NHAA)
Vehicle drives across the United States
|Rapidly Adapting Lateral Position Handler (RALPH)
The Run Off Road Collision Countermeasures program assists drivers by monitoring the vehicle's position in the lane while a person drives.
|Simulated Highways for Intelligent Vehicle Algorithms (SHIVA)
SHIVA is a microsimulation of a highway environment, designed specifically for testing intelligent vehicle tactical algorithms.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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