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Semi-Autonomous Vehicle Navigation -- Moving Hazards and Human-Like Controller Behavior

This video demonstrates the semi-autonomous controller's ability to avoid moving hazards. A human driver controls the gray vehicle without assistance. The blue vehicle is jointly controlled by the human driver and our semi-autonomous navigation system Driver input in both cases is identical (steer angle = 0 as though he does not see the impending hazards). The gold and red vehicles represent road hazards. Notice that the host vehicle (blue and gray) maintains a constant velocity (~44 mph) while other vehicles accelerate and decelerate.

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