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À propos du cours

Welcome to Introduction to Self-Driving Cars, the first course in University of Toronto’s Self-Driving Cars Specialization. This course will introduce you to the terminology, design considerations and safety assessment of self-driving cars. By the end of this course, you will be able to: - Understand commonly used hardware used for self-driving cars - Identify the main components of the self-driving software stack - Program vehicle modelling and control - Analyze the safety frameworks and current industry practices for vehicle development For the final project in this course, you will develop control code to navigate a self-driving car around a racetrack in the CARLA simulation environment. You will construct longitudinal and lateral dynamic models for a vehicle and create controllers that regulate speed and path tracking performance using Python. You’ll test the limits of your control design and learn the challenges inherent in driving at the limit of vehicle performance. This is an advanced course, intended for learners with a background in mechanical engineering, computer and electrical engineering, or robotics. To succeed in this course, you should have programming experience in Python 3.0, familiarity with Linear Algebra (matrices, vectors, matrix multiplication, rank, Eigenvalues and vectors and inverses), Statistics (Gaussian probability distributions), Calculus and Physics (forces, moments, inertia, Newton's Laws). You will also need certain hardware and software specifications in order to effectively run the CARLA simulator: Windows 7 64-bit (or later) or Ubuntu 16.04 (or later), Quad-core Intel or AMD processor (2.5 GHz or faster), NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX or AMD Radeon 6870 HD series card or higher, 8 GB RAM, and OpenGL 3 or greater (for Linux computers)....

Meilleurs avis

PS
29 juil. 2021

This is a great course and also a demanding course for future of automobile industry. This course teachs me a lot about the control system of the car which is used in the autonomous control unit.

DP
27 juil. 2020

This introduction course really helped me recalling all my basic learning. Really appreciate the Professor. It will definitely help me for enhancing my skills in the field of autonomous driving.

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par Amjad A T

7 janv. 2020

Should have added modelling exercises after each module.

par Kabhilesh G

21 mai 2020

the tutor voice wasn't audible rest of them are good.

par MANKARAN S

6 sept. 2020

good stuff, but lacks real explanations

par PAWAR P S

25 mai 2020

Excellent teaching but a bit slow

par Sahithi k

23 mai 2021

nice ,learnt many skills

par KOKKULA A

22 août 2020

Reached my expectations

par Kasra D

13 mai 2021

This course is good for you if you already know the concepts and just want to review it. It's a terrible course if you don't know the concepts and want to learn from it. This is true for all courses in this specialization.

par Deekshith V

18 avr. 2021

The course has the worst verification process it's just a waste of time, this ruins the entire experience of the user. Even after several tries I am unable to verify my account or receive the certificate.

par Mohamed A M A

22 août 2020

I'm really disappointed! poorly commented code, using deprecated modules and not even one code example! I hope you try to change that.

par Mphilwenhle J

31 août 2020

I am so sorry but I couldn't understand week 4 assignments thus I even wanted to unenrol.

par amir b

19 avr. 2021

I couldnt get refunded although I didnt watch any of the course Videos.

par Vishwaswaroop B

30 déc. 2021

Just annoying theory bits with no coding examples

par fernando g u

18 avr. 2020

Debe ser bueno pero esta fuera de mi alcance.

par Ashok K

1 sept. 2021

Not good for Computer Science Engineers.

par Ishaan P

19 juil. 2020

Too much of pre requisites required