Jun 18, 2019
The best course to amass knowledge on the basics of self-driving cars.\n\nWould recommend it for everyone who meets the pre-requisites of this course.
Jun 02, 2019
Exceptional Advanced Course that also provides the subtle basic nudges for everyone to comprehend as well. Really Delighted on taking this Course.
by Ruoqi Z•
Apr 08, 2019
Feeling it's hard for me because I only have CS background and know nothing about automatic control. The knowledge in slides is not so clear for a totally fresh man.
Suggest firstly get the introduction of robotics and automatic control then take this course.
by Sreenithi B•
Feb 24, 2019
Good explanation. But the problem is, the assignments given are way too advanced and the explanation given in the videos, is not clear enough and sufficient to solve the code given in the ipython notebooks.
by Anil K K•
Jun 16, 2019
Great learning experience! I learned about longitudinal and lateral control algorithms, self driving car terminology. The best is the practical sessions in CARLA simulator, it gave me opportunity to apply what is being learned. It really gives much satisfaction and confidence about the topic. Yes, I am looking forward to take the next course. I would like to thank the lecturer and Coursera for giving me this great opportunity to be part of this good learning experience.
by Sri S A G D•
Mar 28, 2019
This is one the best courses that you can find on coursera. This is an ambitious course that has been launched to compete with the udacity's Self driving cars course (atleast that's how I see it) . The instructors are veterans in the field and they some people from the industry (Zoox, Waymo.. etc) to show the big picture. The courses from week 1-3 gives the theoritical introduction about the hardware, software, architectural and safety requirements. Then from the week 4 you can get your hands dirty with application of physics, mathematics in python. ( I had a hard time here) But you'll it if you love learning. It's where all the domains converge from mechanics to programming. I know programming and I started learning the mathematical and physics concepts from other sources. But be informed that the explanation of mechanical concepts is very low as they assume that you posses them. So, if you don't have you will start learning them in parallel with the course.
If you are serious and if you are ready to take the mental work the take the course. It's worth the money and time. All it needs is your hardwork and attention.
by Eleftherios P L•
Mar 16, 2019
First 3 weeks say about the history, the safety and what is actually a driving plan.
The other 3 weeks go really deep inside physics and mechanical engineering and many people find it hard to follow there, especially if they come from different backgrounds. I come from computer science.
In week 7, they explain the CARLA simulator and they have done a terrific job on that, kudos.
The thing is that through week 4-7, the quizzes and the assignments get really hard and many people say in the forums that find it hard and they needed to be more documented and guidelined, like the Deep Learning Specialization from Andrew Ng, from example.
The course has potential but I think there exists a problem right now when 20-30% of people pass quizzes on the first time. I hope that the team will take that into consideration and edit their resources.
by Christian G•
Feb 04, 2019
clear, easy to follow. I would say that needs to speed up a bit
by Levente K•
Feb 25, 2019
It was very interesting, and fun:)
Feb 13, 2019
Great course! Ilove it and enjoy all these learning and coding procedures.
Feb 09, 2019
Wow!. Thanks a lot to Coursera for offering. Too Good
by Jochen R•
Feb 05, 2019
amazing course, thanks for providing
by Aref A•
Jul 18, 2019
Final project submissions should not be copying final results in a file and submitting it. This way, people can copy final results from somewhere on the internet and pass the course without knowing if they really did the assignment or not. Like this people can not trust the certificate we earn. Generating these yaml files automatically in a grader or something similar is a better way in my opinion.
by Diego M G•
Jul 18, 2019
Excellent course!!! a real challenge!!!
by MUHAMMED N M•
Jul 14, 2019
Loving the course .
by Harsh C•
Jul 12, 2019
Learning a lot that too in a very great environment Thank you University of Toronto and Professors
by Diego A P B•
Jul 05, 2019
Challenging, but fun. While some of the projects need work, it is all the more rewarding once you successfully complete them.
by Mohamed I A•
Jun 30, 2019
the course materials presented here is very organized and well developed, they prepare you well both theoretical and practical through out assignments . Ionly hope they focus on students help through out discussion board.
by Cristian A P•
Jun 28, 2019
Very interesting and complete. The programming tasks are huge challenges!
by Hassan A•
Jun 28, 2019
Excellent course, just that the programming assignments are poorly designed and abrupt.
by PRASHANT K R•
Jun 27, 2019
Its a nice course from UofT, I love this course, It covers the fundamental of self driving cars!
by MOHAN R•
Jun 26, 2019
Learnt more about the architecture of Self Driving Cars and longitudinal and lateral control.
by Muhammad H S H J I•
Jun 23, 2019
Very happy with the course content and teaching provided by the professor
by Remon G•
Jun 23, 2019
So many thanks to all for give this course, thanks Coursera!
by Susavan B•
Jun 23, 2019
This course is very helpful to get the basic idea of self driving cars. But, in a few cases, I believe, the course is designed for Researchers or academic persons. Those, who are working long time, in a related field (Say, automotive SW development professional like me), will face issue in deriving many mathematical equations. This course is not so self explanatory how that equation can be derived. Otherwise, it's really good.
by Semyon M•
Jun 21, 2019
Well structured material combined with convinient tasks.
by Aravindaraja P•
Jun 18, 2019
Excellent way of presentation.Given the mammoth task of providing a course on such a huge topic,I feel it is very well organized.