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The purpose is to design low cost radar reflectors to increase automotive safety. WIth the same purpose as optical reflectors (Swedish: ”reflexer”), sensitive traffic (pedestirams, prams, bicycles) could be equipped with a radar reflector which informs the car about the presence of such traffic. The main purpose would be to investigate how an angle (and distance) independent radar reflector could be designed and verify this with signal analysis, image analysis both numerically and possibly experimentally.
 
The purpose is to design low cost radar reflectors to increase automotive safety. WIth the same purpose as optical reflectors (Swedish: ”reflexer”), sensitive traffic (pedestirams, prams, bicycles) could be equipped with a radar reflector which informs the car about the presence of such traffic. The main purpose would be to investigate how an angle (and distance) independent radar reflector could be designed and verify this with signal analysis, image analysis both numerically and possibly experimentally.

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Title Angle invariant radar reflectors for autmotive safety
Summary Angle invariant radar reflectors for autmotive safety
Keywords Radars, image analysis, automotive safety
TimeFrame Asap + 6 months
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Author Pererik Andreasson
Supervisor Pererik Andreasson, Josef Bigun, Emil Nilsson, Ross Friel
Level Flexible
Status Ongoing

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The purpose is to design low cost radar reflectors to increase automotive safety. WIth the same purpose as optical reflectors (Swedish: ”reflexer”), sensitive traffic (pedestirams, prams, bicycles) could be equipped with a radar reflector which informs the car about the presence of such traffic. The main purpose would be to investigate how an angle (and distance) independent radar reflector could be designed and verify this with signal analysis, image analysis both numerically and possibly experimentally.