Sensors

Compute Platform

Perception

Machine Learning

Labeling

Localization

  • Deep Virtual Stereo Odometry
  • PythonRobotics
    A collection of Python robotics algorithms with minimum dependencies for autonomous vehicle navigation

Path Planning

Frameworks

Datasets

  • Comparision of Semantic Segmentation Datasets
  • Kitti Dataset
    First destination for autonomous driving researchers – you’ll find annotated for anything from scene flow to lidar until 3D object localization. The benchmarks on Kitti are a battleground for researchers in pursuit of the sleekest algorithms – this is were you should look when you need reference implementations.
  • Cityscapes
    Daimler’s public dataset: 5k precisely and 20k weakly annotated images. Have a look at the contributions in the benchmark area.
  • Apollo Open Data Platform
    New and exciting: 200k annotated images, several different annotations, definitely worth a visit.
  • Mapillary vistas dataset
    20k images from all over the world, taken by a variety of different cameras. Great for training focusing on robustness against camera type and deployment location.
  • BDD100k
    Probably the largest publicly available self-driving dataset. Includes object detection, Lane detection, drivable area, and semantic instance segmentation sub-datasets.
  • Google Open Images Dataset V4
    _millions_ of images with 2d boundind box and image tag annotations.
  • SYNTHIA Dataset
    Tons of synthetic data from a virtual environment. Interesting for transfer learning.
  • German traffic sign benchmark
    Lives up to its name; the de facto standard for traffic sign recognition.
  • Tsinghua-Tencent 100K
    100k labeled chinese traffic sign images.
  • LabelMe
    Label Me is not only a collaborative labeling tool, but also contains a ton of annotated data in the public dataset section.

Collections

Courses

Videos

  • MIT 6.S094: Introduction to Deep Learning and Self-Driving Cars
  • MIT Self-Driving Cars: Sacha Arnoud, Director of Engineering, Waymo
  • Chris Urmson: How a driverless car sees the road
  • MIT Self-Driving Cars: Sterling Anderson, Co-Founder, Aurora

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