You’ll learn from a highly realistic driving environment that features 3D pedestrian modelling and environmental conditions. When you complete the Specialization successfully, you’ll be able to build your own self-driving software stack and be ready to apply for jobs in the autonomous vehicle industry.
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此课程是 100% 在线学习吗？是否需要现场参加课程？
See the list of prerequisites provided in Module 0 of Course 1. The most important ones are familiarity with linear algebra, calculus, probability theory, and kinematic and dynamic modeling. Some exposure to computer vision, AI or robotics is also useful.
Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?
The courses are mostly independent and self-paced, so it is possible to mix the order of the courses based on your interests. The only exception is that Course 1 provides a valuable overview of an autonomous vehicle in terms of hardware and software, so we recommend starting with Course 1.
What will I be able to do upon completing the Specialization?
You will be able to develop basic implementations of all the main components of an autonomous car software stack, including localization and mapping solutions, object detection and drivable surface detection methods, motion planning approaches and vehicle controllers. You'll be ready to enter the industry with a strong overview of the core requirements and challenges in self-driving development, and you'll have experience with simulating these vehicles in the CARLA simulator.