Date: December 29, 2016
Presenter: Mr. Scott Pendleton (NUS)
Supervisor: Associate Professor Marcelo H. Ang Jr (NUS)
Despite recent advances in AV research, autonomous driving in dynamic environments is still an open challenge which limits the feasibility of widespread deployment and is the focus of this presentation. The greatest uncertainty in dynamic environments is the future trajectories of moving obstacles, where predictive planning is the act of formulating a control sequence for the robot to navigate around the predicted obstacle trajectories.