Comparative Analysis of Steering Angle Prediction For Automated Object Using Deep Neural Network
preprintposted on 29.11.2021, 06:00 by Md Khairul IslamMd Khairul Islam, Mst. Nilufa Yeasmin, Chetna Kaushal, Md Al Amin, Md Rakibul Islam, Md Imran Hossain Showrov
Deep learning's rapid gains in automation are making it more popular in a variety of complex jobs. The self-driving object is an emerging technology that has the potential to transform the entire planet. The steering control of an automated item is critical to ensuring a safe and secure voyage. Consequently, in this study, we developed a methodology for predicting the steering angle only by looking at the front images of a vehicle. In addition, we used an Internet of Things-based system for collecting front images and steering angles. A Raspberry Pi (RP) camera is used in conjunction with a Raspberry Pi (RP) processing unit to capture images from vehicles, and the RP processing unit is used to collect the angles associated with each image. Apart from that, we've made use of deep learning-based algorithms such as VGG16, ResNet-152, DenseNet-201, and Nvidia's models, all of which were trained using labeled training data. Our models are End-to-End CNN models, which do not require extracting elements from data such as roads, lanes, or other objects before predicting steering angle. As a result of our comparative investigation, we can conclude that the Nvidia model's performance was satisfactory, with a Mean Squared Error (MSE) value of 0. But the Nvidia model outperforms the other pre-trained models, even though other models work well.