|Topic:||International F1/10 Autonomous Racing Competition|
|Description:||Building autonomous cars is a challenging task. You can be part of the team that has experience with such cars and try to build your own model of a race car to take part in the F1/10 racing competition.
The main task is to drive around corridors and hallways in a building avoiding any static (walls, plastic barriers, ...) and dynamic obstacles (other cars). You will use existing car model based on Ubuntu, ROS, NVIDIA Jetson TX2, and implement a local trajectory planner and a motion estimation algorithm in C++/Python.
The competition will take place at the CPS Week 2018 in Portugal.
1. Get familiar with Ubuntu, ROS, the existing car model and hardware (NVIDIA TX2).
2. Implement and integrate a local trajectory planner and a motion estimation algorithm into existing software components. Use any C++/Python packages.
 F1/10 Competition [http://f1tenth.org]
 Robotic Operating System [http://ros.org]
 A novel obstacle avoidance algorithm: “Follow the Gap Method” [https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921889012000838]
|Max.number of students:||4|
|Booked students:||Anders Solberg Pedersen, David Kopecký, Jan Bednář, Jaroslav Klapálek|