Dr. Markus Enzweiler
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Principal Engineer
Image Understanding Group

Daimler AG Research & Development
Environment Perception, RD/FFU
71059 Sindelfingen (Germany)

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Hanns-Klemm-Str. 45
71034 Böblingen (Germany)


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XING Google Scholar


My Erdős number is 4 via Uwe Franke, Reinhard Klette and Joseph H. Straight.


GI Junior Fellow
Juniorfellow of the German Informatics Society
(GI - Gesellschaft für Informatik)



IEEE ITS Outstanding Application Award

IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society
Outstanding Application Award 2014

(Daimler Image Understanding Team)

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IEEE IV Symposium Best Paper Award 2014 for: B. Fröhlich, M. Enzweiler, and U. Franke. Will this Car Change the Lane ? - Turn Signal Recognition in the Frequency Domain, 2014.
(Vehicle Turn Light Recognition)


GCPR Main Prize 2013
GCPR (German Conference on Pattern Recognition) Main Prize 2013
(Semantic Scene Understanding in Urban Environments)


IEEE ITSS Best PhD Dissertation Award 2012
IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society
Best PhD Dissertation Award 2012

(Pedestrian Detection - Fußgängererkennung - Fußgängerschutz)


IEEE ITSS Best PhD Dissertation Award
Uni-DAS Wissenschaftspreis 2012
(Pedestrian Detection - Fußgängererkennung - Fußgängerschutz)

Here is a wordle of my work!

Wordle of my work



A pioneering achievement: The first autonomous long-distance drive in rural and urban traffic with close-to-production sensors. Mercedes-Benz S-Class INTELLIGENT DRIVE drives autonomously in the tracks of Bertha Benz. Our team was responsible for stereo-vision-based 3D scene understanding.




Pedestrian Detection is now available in the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and Mercedes-Benz S-Class as part of Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive.





UR:BAN research initiative - Protection of Vulnerable Road Users




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