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Lane Following Systems

Design and test lane-following system for highway driving scenarios, and deploy system components to target machine

Automated lane-following system, also known as automated lane keeping system (ALKS), assists autonomous vehicles to travel within a marked lane and avoid collision with a lead vehicle in the same lane. You can model a lane-following system by integrating the lane detection, vehicle detection, sensor fusion, decision logic, and controls components. Further, you can perform code generation, software-in-the-loop (SIL) validation, and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) validation of these components. These examples show how to design, test, and validate lane following model and its components for highway driving scenarios.


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Lane Following System

Lane Detection

Vehicle Detection

Sensor Fusion and Tracking

Decision Logic and Control