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Language: English | Size: 5.92 GB | Duration: 5h 46m
Build your Own Self Driving Car using Image Processing and Artificial Neural Intelligence Techniques with Raspberry Pi
What you’ll learn
Build your own Self Driving Car (Mini-Tesla)
Learn (Divide and Conquer Approach) of solving complex problems i.e. Detection -> (Localization + Classification)
Segment Lane Lines using Computer Vision techniques i.e. Canny Edge detection & Color Thresholding
Localize objects in images based on specific shapes using Algorithms i.e. ShapeApproxPoly and HoughCircles
Estimate Straight Line Trajectories Using Hough Lines and Curved Lanes using Custom Algo.
Learn about Artificial Neural Networks and why Convolutional Neural Network are best for classification in Images.
Learn to identify the right Algorithm in OpenCV and how to tweak it to your requirements
Build, Train and deploy Custom CNN model (Deep Learning) for classifying Signs.
Profile/Time your program using cProfile in Python
Compare S.O.A Tracking techniques available in OpenCV and identify most suitable for project requirements
Optimize your Code using simple but very effective IP techniques and threading
Make SDV Navigate Autonomously in Custom Track and also obey road speed limits
Understand how to extract actionable data from images
Gain all the knowledge required to enter to more advance versions of (SDV series) upcoming courses to come… ?
Brief Overview of SSD for Sign Detection and why its not the solution for every Object Det. problem
This is course is involves both the hardware and the software part for building your custom car
Topics Which Will be Covered in the Course are
Hardware Part :
Raspberry Pi Setup with Raspbian
Raspberry pi and Laptop VNC Setup
Hardware GPIO Programming
Led Controlling with Python Code
Camera Interfacing Video Feed
Software Part :
Video Processing Pipeline setup
Lane Detection with Computer Vision Techniques
Sign Detection using Artificial Deep Neural Network
Sign Tracking using Optical Flow
Course Flow (Self-Driving [Development Stage])
We will quickly get our car running on Raspberry Pi by utilizing 3D models ( provided in the repository) and car parts bought from links provided by instructors. After that, we will interface raspberry Pi with Motors and the camera to get started with Serious programming.
Then by understanding the concept of self-drive and how it will transform our near future in the field of transportation and the environment. Then we will perform a case study of a renowned brand in self-driving (Tesla) ;).After that, we will put forward our proposal of which (autonomous driving level) self-driving vehicle do we want to build.
The core development portion of the course will be divide into two parts. In each of this portion and their subsection, we will look into different approaches. program them and perform an analysis. In the case of multiple approaches for each section, we will do a comparative analysis to sort out which approach best suits our project requirements.
1) Detection: responsible for extracting the most information about the environment around the SDV
Here we will understand how to tackle a large problem by breaking it down into smaller more manageable problems e.g in the case of Detection. we will divide it into 4 targets
d) Data extraction
2) Control: actions will be performed based on the information provided by the detection module.
Starting by defining the targets of this module and then implementation of these targets such as
a) Lane Following
b) Obeying Road Speed Limits
In the end, we will combine all the individual components to bring our Self Driving (Mini – Tesla) to life. Then a Final Track run along with analysis will be performed to understand its achievement and shortcoming.
We will conclude by describing areas of improvement and possible features in the future version of the Self-driving (Mini-Tesla)
Raspberrypi 3b or greater
Geared Dc motors 12V (single)
12V lipo Battery
Base of car + steering mechanism
Motivated mind for a huge programming Project
Who this course is for:
Beginner Programmers looking for an exciting project in the upcoming domains
Enthusiastic students wanting to get their feet wet in multidisciplinary projects
Engineers wanting to embark in the fields of Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Self Driving Cars Enthusiasts looking to build one of their own