Autonomous Vehicle Projects
Apollo - Apollo is an open source autopilot platform that contains almost everything. Including hardware, systems, vehicle platforms, cloud services, etc. You can quickly build a self-driving system of your own by Apollo.
- Official Documentation https://github.com/ApolloAuto/apollo/tree/master/docs.
- Course: Udacity Self-Driving Fundamentals: Featuring Apollo https://www.udacity.com/course/self-driving-car-fundamentals-featuring-apollo--ud0419.
Autoware.AI - The original Autoware project built on ROS 1. Launched as a research and development platform for autonomous driving technology.
Autoware.Auto - Autoware reimagined. Based on ROS 2. Autoware.Auto is managed by an open-source community manager, applies best-in-class software engineering practices, and is based son a redesigned architecture.
- Course: Self-Driving Cars with ROS and Autoware https://www.autoware.org/awf-course.
Openpilot - openpilot is an open source, semi-automated driving system developed by comma.ai. This system is an add-on device which can be installed on multiple car models to provide autonomous features.
TurtleBot is a low-cost, personal robot kit with open-source software. TurtleBot was created at Willow Garage by Melonee Wise and Tully Foote in November 2010. With TurtleBot, you’ll be able to build a robot that can drive around your house, see in 3D, and have enough horsepower to create exciting applications. - TurtleBot website.
ADAS on Jetson Nano. This is an ADAS system that uses Jetson Nano as the hardware with four main functions: forward collision warning, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition and overspeed warning.