Self-Driving Cars Specialization
Šis kurss ļaus jums iepazīt nozari, kuras attīstība nozīmēs izmaiņas mūsu ikdienas transporta paradumos un veidos jaunu autonomā transporta industriju. Kursa ietvaros jums būs iespēja saprast, kā top mūsdienīgi tehniskie risinājumi paš-braucošo transporta līdzekļu attīstībai un dzirdēt ekspertus, kas iepazīstinās ar nākotni, kura top jau šodien.
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Kursa mācību plāns
Introduction to Self-Driving Cars
State Estimation and Localization for Self-Driving Cars
Visual Perception for Self-Driving Cars
Motion Planning for Self-Driving Cars
- Understand the detailed architecture and components of a self-driving car software stack
- Use realistic vehicle physics, complete sensor suite: camera, LIDAR, GPS/INS, wheel odometry, depth map, semantic segmentation, object bounding boxes
- Implement methods for static and dynamic object detection, localization and mapping, behaviour and maneuver planning, and vehicle control
- Demonstrate skills in CARLA and build programs with Python
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This course is completely online, so there’s no need to show up to a classroom in person. You can access your lectures, readings and assignments anytime and anywhere via the web or your mobile device.
This Specialization doesn’t carry university credit, but some universities may choose to accept Specialization Certificates for credit. Check with your institution to learn more.
Each course is intended to take 4-6 weeks, roughly one week per module. At this pace, the entire Specialization will take you 4-6 months to complete.
See the list of prerequisites provided in Module 0 of Course 1. The most important ones are familiarity with linear algebra, calculus, probability theory, and kinematic and dynamic modeling. Some exposure to computer vision, AI or robotics is also useful.
The courses are mostly independent and self-paced, so it is possible to mix the order of the courses based on your interests. The only exception is that Course 1 provides a valuable overview of an autonomous vehicle in terms of hardware and software, so we recommend starting with Course 1.
You will be able to develop basic implementations of all the main components of an autonomous car software stack, including localization and mapping solutions, object detection and drivable surface detection methods, motion planning approaches and vehicle controllers. You’ll be ready to enter the industry with a strong overview of the core requirements and challenges in self-driving development, and you’ll have experience with simulating these vehicles in the CARLA simulator.