GitHub – otcshare/automotive-message-broker

putri titian

Version 0.15


Automotive Message Broker is a vehicle network abstraction system. It brokers information from the vehicle
to applications. It provides application with a rich API for accessing vehicle data.

Automotive Message Broker is built using CMake and requires libltdl (libtool), libjson-c, and boost packages.


About the Git Tree:
‘master’ is expected to be unstable and may not even compile. If you want something more stable, checkout one of the
release branches (ie, 0.9.0, 0.10, etc)


To build:

cd automotive-message-broker
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..


To install:

sudo make install


To run:


also see ambd -h for additional command line options


For information on ambd’s configuration, please see ambd-configuration.idl.

Running with the Qt mainloop:

Some source and sink plugins may want to use the Qt-based mainloop to take advantage of Qt features. To enable
the Qt mainloop, run cmake with -Duse_qtcore=On:

Read More

GitHub – udacity/CarND-Vehicle-Detection: Vehicle Detection Project

putri titian

Udacity - Self-Driving Car NanoDegree

In this project, your goal is to write a software pipeline to detect vehicles in a video (start with the test_video.mp4 and later implement on full project_video.mp4), but the main output or product we want you to create is a detailed writeup of the project. Check out the writeup template for this project and use it as a starting point for creating your own writeup.

Creating a great writeup:

A great writeup should include the rubric points as well as your description of how you addressed each point. You should include a detailed description of the code used in each step (with line-number references and code snippets where necessary), and links to other supporting documents or external references. You should include images in your writeup to demonstrate how your code works with examples.

All that said, please be concise! We’re not looking for you to write a book here, just

Read More