He covers that: Go back and listen at the 26 minute mark.What he does not address, however, is the vertical blue lines before the car starts to slow down. In the previous slide, he says that the vertical lines on the radar signal leads to phantom braking. Does the vertical lines on this blue line indicate phantom braking caused by the vision system?
The previous vision was still doing depth/velocity predictions but the bar was set at the radar, i.e. the radar was the standard.
The problem is no matter WHAT radar gives, you still have to correlate it (fuse it) to vision to make sure you care about that object.
The point he is making in that scenario is that vision saw it way earlier and locked on to it earlier than radar did. And since it is vision that is doing the detection and depth/velocity predictions, there is no fusion to worry about.
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I would have to disagree, as shown above.I don't think we (audience members of his talk) have enough information to be able to determine the answer to that question, but I do find it interesting that the abrupt changes to the position signal in the radar version that are a "problem" are apparently not one in the vision version. Or maybe they are and he just failed to mention it.