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With the development of technology, especially in the field of robotics, daily human activities can be carried out with artificial intelligence. One of the artificial intelligence technologies that help ease the burden on humans, especially in terms of driving, is self-driving cars. In this case, self-driving cars have several methods with GPS systems, radar, lidar, or cameras. In this study, a self-driving car system was designed on a navigation path model using a street mark detector with an intermediary sensor, namely a camera as a vision sensor. This self-driving car system uses a prototype called an autonomous car to walk on a path which is a self-driving car navigation direction based on the detected line to be able to detect camera sensors that process line images from the camera using HSV. method. In this study, a self-driving car system has been successfully designed using a microcontroller, namely Raspberry Pi 4 as a programmer and L298n motor driver, BTS7960 as a driver for a self-driving car. The Raspberry Pi 4 sends real-time images through the camera as a vision sensor which then detects a line to navigate the movement of this self-driving car. By using image processing, the resulting level of precision can reach the average value according to the direction of the self-driving car.
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