NEXYAD has been developping a road detection module (RoadNex) that doesn't need structured markings on the road, see :         

RoadNex V2

roadnex v2-2 desert track


Now let's see how the new release RoadNex V2.2 works in a very complex city street environment with markings and other vehicles
(including a motorbike) :

RoadNex V2

One can see that NEXYAD module for road detection is very robust. Road material is detected, markings
are not considered as "road material" (because it is white painting), motorbike and other vehicles are not
consired as road material (of course), and it is the job of another module (the obstacle detection
module ObstaNex) to tell if this potentially "end of the road" is an obstacle or a flat shape.

This modular architecture of NEXYAD modules will let you design YOUR OWN system using the same NEXYAD modules
than your competitors (your own system adapted to your questions).

Note : NEXYAD is currently recording a data base (described with the adas validation technology AGENDA) that will help to test 
RoadNex (and every other artificial vision-based road detection system) on many situations.

A part of this database will be available for free on the internet. Every team in the world will have the opportunity to test
their system on the examples. A good point for competition and maybe collaboration between road detection systems in order
to improve performance, robustness, and reliability.

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