Spannendes Video wie autonome Fahrzeuge mit dem Parken in zweiter Reihe umgehen.
The cars can’t just give up when this happens. So here’s what they “think” through, according to Cruise. First they “look” around and figure out what’s happening, then they plan what to do next, and finally, they decide how to potentially pull off those decisions.
That means evaluating the situation to make sure that what they’re dealing with is, in fact, a double-parked vehicle. This involves using LiDAR, radar, and cameras on the vehicle, along with machine learning to utilize experience from previous similar situations. Cruise said its cars look at how far the vehicle in question has pulled over; if its brake lights or emergency blinkers are on; how long it’s been sitting there; if there are other cars and objects around it; and how close the whole situation is to an intersection.
If all the sensor data indicates this is a double-parked situation, the car makes a plan to go around the vehicle, and then does so if it’s physically and safely possible to go around, let other cars pass and then go, or execute some other maneuver.