Kulikov Roman

Associate professor of Radio-engineering department
He was born April 28, 1984 in Moscow
He graduated from the Radio-engineering Department of MPEI in 2007 and defended his PhD thesis in the same place in 2010 on the specialty "Radar and radio navigation". As member of the research center at the Radio-engineering Department of MPEI from 2007 to present, he participates in R&D in the field of GLONASS for the order of domestic and foreign industry. In 2012-2014, he developed a technology company (development and production of special equipment for microelectronics enterprises) to the level of a domestic monopolist. He is married and has a child.

Reports:

In-Vehicle Navigation Solutions
“An using of GLONASS/GPS for road accidents warning”
The application of relative satellite navigation in high-precision modes for the prevention of road accidents as an addition to the known solutions based on autonomous sensors (machine vision, radar, lidar) is considered. The results of experiments are highlighted and ways of further development are outlined.
  • In ADAS systems, the technologies of future unmanned vehicles are developed and integrated.
  • Known ADAS solutions are built on the basis of autonomous sensors: radar, machine vision, lidar and sonar.
  • Autonomous sensors have fundamental disadvantages: the effect of weather and the inability to see the danger behind obstacles (for example, when overtaking a wagon).
  • Application of satellite navigation GLONASS / GPS and v2v allows to eliminate these shortcomings
  • The use of relative satellite navigation in differential mode and in RTK mode allows tracking trajectories of surrounding vehicles in the radius of danger with an accuracy of decimeters and centimeters, respectively
  • Experiments have been carried out on the applicability of RTK with the v2i channel based on cellular communication for a car.
  • Reducing of the duration of the brakings of RTK operation due to the interruption in the reception of navigation signals and maintain the efficiency of the collision avoidance system at the time of the interruption of navigation signals reception by combining with inexpensive inertial MEMS sensors (as in any smartphone) is considered
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