Wireless Communications to Support Cooperative Perception in Vehicular Networks
Análise do trabalho já realizado nos Laboratórios IoT da COPELABS
Héctor Orrillo is a Researcher in COPELABS. He has a BEng in Systems Engineering by University of San Marcos UNMSM (2003), Lima - Perú. He has a PhD (2013) and Master degree (2006) in Electric Engineering by Engineering School in the University of São Paulo.
Participated in the following research projects: PNPD CAPES "Detection of Targets through the wall using Radar UWB", 2006 – 2013 by LSI, USP, São Paulo and CNPQ "Project SIIAM Integrated Information Systems for Multisensory Analysis", 2004-2005 by LSI, USP, São Paulo.
Since 2011, he has been teacher and coordinator in undergraduate and postgraduate technological courses in Brazil.
The main research interests have been in Ultra-wideband, Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of things and Self-organizing networks.
The work consists in the development of a cooperative perception system for autonomous vehicles based on the integration of multiple access communication technologies and the Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) architecture.
Perception refers to the ability of an autonomous system to collect information and extract relevant knowledge of the environment. To obtain this information there are two main approaches: through sensors of perception and cooperative perception.
For the sharing of real-time information about the vehicle and the environment around the vehicle, sensors are installed in the sensor case. The perception sensors used in this proposal are: Lidar and Sensor V2X.