Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications 2010 [electronic resource] : Smart Systems for Green Cars and Safe Mobility / edited by Gereon Meyer, Jürgen Valldorf.

By: Meyer, Gereon [editor.]Contributor(s): Valldorf, Jürgen [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: VDI-Buch: Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010Description: XVIII, 466p. 150 illus. in color. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642163623Subject(s): Engineering | Industrial engineering | Electronics | Engineering | Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation | Automotive Engineering | Industrial and Production EngineeringAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 621.381 LOC classification: TK7800-8360TK7874-7874.9Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Electrified Vehicles -- Embedded Systems: The Migration from ICE Vehicles to Electric Vehicles -- Green Combustion Cars Drive on Electric (BLDC) Motors -- Achieving Efficient Designs for Energy and Power Systems of Electric Vehicles -- Inverter Losses Reduction Control Techniques for Plug-In HEV and FEV Traction Drive -- Start -- Smart Power Control and Architecture for an Efficient Vehicle Alternator - Capacitor - Load System -- Advanced Mobile Information and Planning Support for EVs (MIPEV) -- TU VeLog: A Small Competitive Autarkic GPS Data Logging System -- Monitoring of Batteries and Variable Dynamic Behaviour of an Electric Vehicle -- Power Train Efficiency -- Vehicle Energy Management – Energy Related Optimal Operating Strategies for CO2 Reduction -- Active Engine Management Sensors for Power Train Efficiency -- Thermal Systems Integration for Fuel Economy - TIFFE -- Estimation of the Driver-Style Economy and Safety Via Inertial Measurements -- Safety & Driver Assistance -- Stable Road Lane Model Based on Clothoids -- Utilizing Near-Infrared and Colour Information in an Automotive Wide-Dynamic-Range Night Vision System for Driver Assistance -- ADOSE – Bio-Inspired In-Vehicle Sensor Technology for Active Safety -- Improving Pedestrian Safety in Urban Scenarios Through Autonomous Collision Avoidance -- Saferider On Bike Information System -- The Multi-Functional Front Camera Challenge and Opportunity -- An Occupancy Grid Based Architecture for ADAS -- A Concept Vehicle for Rapid Prototyping of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems -- Intersection Safety -- INTERSAFE-2: Progress on Cooperative Intersection Safety -- Intersection Safety for Heavy Goods Vehicles Safety Application Development -- Progress of Intersection Safety System Development: Volkswagen Within the INTERSAFE-2 Project -- On-Board 6D Visual Sensor for Intersection Driving Assistance -- Cooperative Intersection Infrastructure Monitoring System -- Components & Systems -- From Sensors to Sensor Systems -- Solutions for Safety Critical Automotive Applications -- Secure Wireless Control Area Network -- Design and Control of a Linear Electromagnetic Actuator for Active Vehicle Suspension -- Optimising Efficiency using Hardware Co-Processing for the CORDIC Algorithm -- Microsensor Based 3D Inertial Measurement System for Motion Tracking in Crash Tests -- Virtual Reality and Hardware In-the-Loop Testing Methods in the eCall In-Vehicle Module Research and Verification -- 2020 Auto Sensor Vision -- Traffic Management -- Towards an Active Approach to Guaranteed Arrival Times Based on Traffic Shaping -- Simulation Process for Vehicle Applications Depending on Alternative Driving Routes Between Real-World Locations -- Priority System and Information Workflow for BHLS Services: An Interregional Project Between Italy and Germany -- iTETRIS - A System for the Evaluation of Cooperative Traffic Management Solutions -- A Comprehensive Simulation Tool Set for Cooperative Systems -- GuideWeb: A New Paradigm for Navigation Support based on V2V Communication -- Road Course Estimation Using Local Maps and Digital Maps -- Galileo GNSS Based Mobility Services.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: The automobile of the future has to meet two primary requirements: the super-efficient use of energy and power and the ultra-safe transportation of people and goods Both features are increasingly enabled by smart, adaptive and context aware information and communication technologies (ICT), electrical or electronic components and systems rather than solely by the mechanical means of classic automotive engineering. The most advanced example of this trend is the electrified vehicle combining a full electric powertrain with completely electronic controls like smart power and energy managers, steer-by-wire technologies and intelligent networking capabilities. It has been the mission of the International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications (AMAA) for more than twelve years now to detect paradigm shifts and to discuss their technological implications at an early stage. Therefore, the topic of the AMAA 2010 is “Smart Systems for Green Cars and Safe Mobility”. This book contains peer-reviewed conference papers presented at the conference by experts of major companies and leading academic institutions. They report on ongoing research and novel developments in the field of ICT, components and systems enabling the automobile and road transport of the future. A particular focus is on basic technologies and advanced applications of electrified and electric vehicles, road and passenger safety, driver assistance, traffic management and powertrain efficiency. Due to this broad coverage of topics related to sustainability of the automobile both the AMAA event and this book serve the spreading of knowledge generated in the framework of the European Green Cars Initiative. Additional information is available on www.amaa.de.
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Electrified Vehicles -- Embedded Systems: The Migration from ICE Vehicles to Electric Vehicles -- Green Combustion Cars Drive on Electric (BLDC) Motors -- Achieving Efficient Designs for Energy and Power Systems of Electric Vehicles -- Inverter Losses Reduction Control Techniques for Plug-In HEV and FEV Traction Drive -- Start -- Smart Power Control and Architecture for an Efficient Vehicle Alternator - Capacitor - Load System -- Advanced Mobile Information and Planning Support for EVs (MIPEV) -- TU VeLog: A Small Competitive Autarkic GPS Data Logging System -- Monitoring of Batteries and Variable Dynamic Behaviour of an Electric Vehicle -- Power Train Efficiency -- Vehicle Energy Management – Energy Related Optimal Operating Strategies for CO2 Reduction -- Active Engine Management Sensors for Power Train Efficiency -- Thermal Systems Integration for Fuel Economy - TIFFE -- Estimation of the Driver-Style Economy and Safety Via Inertial Measurements -- Safety & Driver Assistance -- Stable Road Lane Model Based on Clothoids -- Utilizing Near-Infrared and Colour Information in an Automotive Wide-Dynamic-Range Night Vision System for Driver Assistance -- ADOSE – Bio-Inspired In-Vehicle Sensor Technology for Active Safety -- Improving Pedestrian Safety in Urban Scenarios Through Autonomous Collision Avoidance -- Saferider On Bike Information System -- The Multi-Functional Front Camera Challenge and Opportunity -- An Occupancy Grid Based Architecture for ADAS -- A Concept Vehicle for Rapid Prototyping of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems -- Intersection Safety -- INTERSAFE-2: Progress on Cooperative Intersection Safety -- Intersection Safety for Heavy Goods Vehicles Safety Application Development -- Progress of Intersection Safety System Development: Volkswagen Within the INTERSAFE-2 Project -- On-Board 6D Visual Sensor for Intersection Driving Assistance -- Cooperative Intersection Infrastructure Monitoring System -- Components & Systems -- From Sensors to Sensor Systems -- Solutions for Safety Critical Automotive Applications -- Secure Wireless Control Area Network -- Design and Control of a Linear Electromagnetic Actuator for Active Vehicle Suspension -- Optimising Efficiency using Hardware Co-Processing for the CORDIC Algorithm -- Microsensor Based 3D Inertial Measurement System for Motion Tracking in Crash Tests -- Virtual Reality and Hardware In-the-Loop Testing Methods in the eCall In-Vehicle Module Research and Verification -- 2020 Auto Sensor Vision -- Traffic Management -- Towards an Active Approach to Guaranteed Arrival Times Based on Traffic Shaping -- Simulation Process for Vehicle Applications Depending on Alternative Driving Routes Between Real-World Locations -- Priority System and Information Workflow for BHLS Services: An Interregional Project Between Italy and Germany -- iTETRIS - A System for the Evaluation of Cooperative Traffic Management Solutions -- A Comprehensive Simulation Tool Set for Cooperative Systems -- GuideWeb: A New Paradigm for Navigation Support based on V2V Communication -- Road Course Estimation Using Local Maps and Digital Maps -- Galileo GNSS Based Mobility Services.

The automobile of the future has to meet two primary requirements: the super-efficient use of energy and power and the ultra-safe transportation of people and goods Both features are increasingly enabled by smart, adaptive and context aware information and communication technologies (ICT), electrical or electronic components and systems rather than solely by the mechanical means of classic automotive engineering. The most advanced example of this trend is the electrified vehicle combining a full electric powertrain with completely electronic controls like smart power and energy managers, steer-by-wire technologies and intelligent networking capabilities. It has been the mission of the International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications (AMAA) for more than twelve years now to detect paradigm shifts and to discuss their technological implications at an early stage. Therefore, the topic of the AMAA 2010 is “Smart Systems for Green Cars and Safe Mobility”. This book contains peer-reviewed conference papers presented at the conference by experts of major companies and leading academic institutions. They report on ongoing research and novel developments in the field of ICT, components and systems enabling the automobile and road transport of the future. A particular focus is on basic technologies and advanced applications of electrified and electric vehicles, road and passenger safety, driver assistance, traffic management and powertrain efficiency. Due to this broad coverage of topics related to sustainability of the automobile both the AMAA event and this book serve the spreading of knowledge generated in the framework of the European Green Cars Initiative. Additional information is available on www.amaa.de.

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