Design and Simulation of Vehicle Lane Tracking Using Matlab
Keywords:Vehicle lane detection, Lane tracking, Hough transform, Video processing, Simulink
This paper presents Vehicle Lane Tracking System based on real-time video to track lanes with minimal hardware and software requirements. The proposed system was designed to use low cost cameras and processing power of an on-board commodity laptop. The developed system was tested on different drives varying from a high speed drive on a high way to a low speed drive on the city roads. The system was able to detect the lane markings under various lighting conditions and on many types of roads ranging from unmarked roads to multi-lane national highways. The implemented system has an overall success rate of over 97% for lane detection.
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