Lyft published datasets of its unmanned vehicles
The American service of fellow travelers Lyft laid out in a general access dataset their unmanned vehicles. The base includes almost 55,000 frames from cameras on machines, the objects on them are marked up by people. The database will be useful to other researchers who work on autonomous machines.
The unit Lyft Level 5 is responsible for the development of unmanned vehicles and data collection. The system installed on the vehicles includes seven cameras and three lidars and provides a three-dimensional image. In his blog, Lyft notes that the department has been working on hardware and software for the past two years. The company plans to publish data further.
Now Lyft is improving the third generation of autonomous cars, which uses an array of sensors with its own patented ultra-HDR camera.
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