@InProceedings{Ehlgen-ICVS2007,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 15 Dec 2007 },
  UPDATE  = { 2007-12-11 },
  author =    {Ehlgen, Tobias and Tom{\'a}{\v s} Pajdla },
  title =     {Monitoring surrounding areas of truck-trailer combinations},
  booktitle = {ICVS 2006: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference
               on Vision Systems},
  isbn =      {978-3-00-020933-8},
  pages =     {10},
  book_pages = 	{110},
  year =      {2007},
  publisher = {Applied Computer Science Group, Bielefeld University},
  address =   {Bielefeld, Germany},
  month =     {March},
  day =       {21-24},
  venue =     {Bielefeld, Germany},
  annote = {Drivers of trucks and buses have difficulties when to
    survey the surrounding area of their vehicles. In this paper we
    present a system that provides a bird's-eye view of the
    surrounding area of a truck-trailer combination to the
    driver. This view enables the driver to maneuver the vehicle
    easily in complicated environments. The system consists of four
    omnidirectional cameras mounted on a truck and trailer. The
    omnidirec- tional images are combined in such a way that a
    bird's-eye view image is generated. A magnetic sensor is used to
    measure the angle between the truck and the trailer and to stitch
    images acquired at the truck and at the trailer into a correct
    bird's-eye view image..},
  keywords =  {automotive vision, catadioptric cameras},
  note = {CD-ROM},
  project = {MSM6840770038},
}