ITSC 2023 Workshop 

Bilbao – Spain

Workshop day: Sunday, 24th September 2023

 

Building reliable datasets for Autonomous Vehicles

Organisers:

The Australia Centre for Robotics ACFR – The University of Sydney, Australia

Dr Julie Stephany Berrio,      Dr Stewart Worrall,       Dr Mao Shan

Australian Road Research Board ARRB, Australia

Dr Sepehr Ghasemi Dehkordi 

This workshop aims to explore the various motivations driving the development of reliable datasets for autonomous vehicles, including safety, performance, legal and regulatory compliance, and testing and validation. Reliable datasets play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of passengers, pedestrians, and other road users by providing accurate data to the vehicle’s sensors. The data quality significantly impacts the vehicle’s performance, enabling it to make better decisions and operate more efficiently. Legal and regulatory requirements necessitate collecting and storing data on the vehicle’s operations. Reliable datasets are vital for testing and validating the performance of autonomous vehicles by simulating a range of scenarios to assess their ability to respond to different situations. Ultimately, developing reliable datasets is fundamental to the safe and effective deployment of autonomous vehicles.

This workshop will bring together leading experts in the field to share their knowledge and insights on hardware and software methods and techniques used in the construction of these datasets. 

Schedule:

Time

Presenter

Title

8:30 – 8:40

Dr Stephany Berrio

Research Associate

The University of Sydney – (Australia) Stephany.berrioperez@sydney.edu.au

Welcome to the Workshop on Building Reliable Datasets

8:40 – 9:20

Dr Stewart Worrall

Senior Research Fellow

The University of Sydney – (Australia)

Stewart.worrall@sydney.edu.au

Alternative Applications of Autonomous Vehicle Datasets

9:20 – 10:00

Dr Sepehr Ghasemi Dehkordi

Portfolio leader

Next generation transport systems at the National Transport Research Organization – (Australia)

Sepehr.ghasemi@arrb.com.au

Automated Vehicle Data: A Challenge Beyond Localization and Perception

 

10:00 – 10:30

Roundtable Discussion:

Fulfilling Data Requirements for Intelligent Transportation

Moderator: Dr Mao Shan  

Research Fellow

University of Sydney – (Australia)

Mao.shan@sydney.edu.au

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00 – 11:40

Roundtable Discussion:

Fulfilling Data Requirements for Intelligent Transportation

Moderator: Dr Mao Shan  

Research Fellow

University of Sydney – (Australia)

Mao.shan@sydney.edu.au

11:40 – 12:20

Darren Tsai

PhD student

The University of Sydney – (Australia)

jtsa5115@uni.sydney.edu.au

Automatic Point Cloud Labeling for 3D Object Detection with Next-Generation LiDARs

12:20 – 13:00

Eric Lopez Manibardo

PhD Student 

Tecnalia research & innovation – (Spain)

eric.lopez@tecnalia.com

A Practical Approach to Image Labeling for Semantic Segmentation

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 – 14:40

Prof. Elwan Hery

Associate Professor

Ecole Centrale de Nantes – (France)

elwan.hery@ec-nantes.fr

Survey on issues and solutions for cooperative autonomous vehicles datasets acquisitions

14:40 –15:15

Dr Simone Mentasti (confirmed)

Postdoc at Polytechnic

University of Milan – (Italy)

simone.mentasti@polimi.it

Beyond Image-Plane-Level: A Dataset for Validating End-to-End Line Detection Algorithms for Autonomous Vehicles

15:15 – 15:50

Ignacio Vizzo (confirmed)

Research Assistant

University of Bonn – (Germany)

ivizzo@uni-bonn.de

Toward Reproducible Version-Controlled Perception Platforms: Embracing Simplicity in Autonomous Vehicle Dataset Acquisition

15:50 – 16:30

Prof. David Fernández Llorca

Professor

The University of Alcala (Spain)

david.fernandezl@uah.es

Methodology for Generating Virtual Datasets with Realistic Behaviors

16:30

Coffee Break

More information: https://2023.ieee-itsc.org/workshops/