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$200 Self-Driving Cars with RasPi and Tensorflow
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| by William Roscoe Follow 0 Followers , Adam Conway Follow 0 Followers on Feb 27, 2018 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco April 9-10, 2018. Join us!

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William Roscoe and Adam Conway start by actually building and driving the $200 open source self driving Donkey Car. They talk about about the hardware components and software (Python) that let it drive, capture data, and create autopilots, and show the autopilots that have been winning recent DIY Robocar races.

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William Roscoe is a Lead Engineer at Ceres Imaging where he writes Python to scale flight planning and image processing. He co-founded the Donkey Car project, to enable DIY hobbyists to accelerate self driving technology. Adam Conway runs Product Management and Marketing at Datacoral.

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