Highly Automated Learning for Improved Active Safety of Vulnerable Road Users

Maarten Bieshaar, Günther Reitberger, Viktor Kreß, Stefan Zernetsch, Konrad Doll, Erich Fuchs, Bernhard Sick

Highly automated driving requires precise models of traffic participants. Many state of the art models are currently based on machine learning techniques. Among others, the required amount of labeled data is one major challenge. An autonomous learning process addressing this problem is proposed. The initial models are iteratively refined in three steps: (1) detection and context identification, (2) novelty detection and active learning and (3) online model adaption.

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