Raphael Voges

Raphael Voges
Leibniz Universität Hannover · Institute of Systems Engineering

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Introduction
I am the Postdoc of the DFG-funded Research Training Group “Integrity and Collaboration in Dynamic Sensor Networks” (i.c.sens) and the Real Time Systems Group (RTS) at the Leibniz University Hannover. My main focus is on the robustness and integrity of autonomous vehicles, which requires us to model sensor errors appropriately and to consider the worst case scenario at all times.
Education
October 2014 - October 2016
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Field of study
  • Computer Science
October 2011 - September 2014
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Field of study
  • Computer Science

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Publications (10)
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With the advent of autonomous driving, the localization of mobile robots, especially without GNSS information, is becoming increasingly important. It must be ensured that the localization works robustly and timely warnings are provided if the pose estimates are too uncertain to assure a safe operation of the system. To meet these requirements, auto...
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In this paper, we show that a practical need for synchronization of localization sensors leads to an interval-uncertainty problem. In principle, this problem can be solved by using the general linear programming algorithms, but this would take a long time - and this time is not easy to decrease, e.g., by parallelization since linear programming is...
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In many practical applications ranging from self-driving cars to industrial application of mobile robots, it is important to take interval uncertainty into account when performing odometry, i.e., when estimating how our position and orientation (‘pose’) changes over time. In particular, one of the important aspects of this problem is detecting mism...
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Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) deliver absolute position and velocity, as well as time information (P, V, T). However, in urban areas, the GNSS navigation performance is restricted due to signal obstructions and multipath. This is especially true for applications dealing with highly automatic or even autonomous driving. Subsequently, mu...
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Multi-sensor systems are widely used for robotics applications. While additional sensors can increase the accuracy and robustness of the solution, it is inevitable to synchronize them in order to rely on the results. For our multi-sensor system consisting of an actuated laser scanner, its motor and a camera, we assume that the timestamps are only d...
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Motor actuated 2D laser scanners are key sensors for many robotics applications that need wide ranging but low cost 3D data. There exist many approaches on how to build a 3D laser scanner using this technique, but they often lack proper synchronization for the timestamps of the actuator and the laser scanner. However, to transform the measurement p...
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In many areas we find cyber-physical systems consisting of multiple software-controlled components that communicate to control complex physical processes. As customers demand increasingly rich func-tionality, the component interactions become more and more complex. We are developing a formal scenario-based method for specifying the inter-component...

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