An artificial vision system intended as a safety backup for drivers is under development by the National Information and Communications Technology Australia (NICTA) lab in Canberra. The Driver Assistance System (DAS) optically checks roadside signs and alerts the driver if there is no response to critical signs, such as those indicating speed limits. Three cameras provide the primary inputs. One mounted behind the rearview mirror scans the road ahead. Two cameras fitted to the corners ...

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