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[SLUG] Which Linux for Autonomous driving platform ?
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- Subject: [SLUG] Which Linux for Autonomous driving platform ?
- From: David Lyon <david.lyon.preisshare@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 10:29:26 +1000
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I'm trying to choose the best platform for an open source
autonomous driving project that I've been working on for
I'm considering Debian Live, DSL, Puppy-Linux but can't make
up my mind.
Target hardware is something like a mini-ITX PC. But it
could also be a Cortex-M3 or even an Android cellphone.
I think the project will go away from being solely dedicated
to cars. It's likely to go on boats and perhaps high-speed
trains as well.
Some buddies in Nevada (where driverless cars are legal)
have offered to allow me to do testing there.
Codebase is mainly Python, C, OpenCV, Arduino etc.