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Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2012 : smart systems for safe, sustainable and networked vehicles

Author: Gereon Meyer
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

In 2012, the topic of the AMAA conference is "Smart Systems for Safe, Sustainable and Networked Vehicles". This book focuses on application fields such as electrification, power train and vehicle  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gereon Meyer
ISBN: 9783642296734 3642296734 3642296726 9783642296727
OCLC Number: 793420096
Description: 1 online resource (365 pages)
Contents: Part 1. Electrified Vehicles --
Battery Management Network for Fully Electrical Vehicles Featuring Smart Systems at Cell and Pack Level / Alexander Otto, Sven Rzepka, Thomas Mager, Bernd Michel and Claudio Lanciotti, et al. --
Smart Battery Cell Monitoring with Contactless Data Transmission / Vincent Lorentz, Martin Wenger, Martin Giegerich, Stefan Zeltner and Martin März, et al. --
New Concepts of High Current Sensing by Using Active Semiconductors for the Energy Management in Automotive Applications / Klaus Rink and Wolfgang Jöckel --
Comparison of Gapped and Gapless Designs for an Automotive DC-DC Converter Inductor / Richard Demersseman and Zaatar Makni --
Wireless Charging: The Future of Electric Vehicles / Andrew Gilbert and Joe Barrett --
Standard Proposal for Resonant Inductive Charging of Electric Vehicles / S. Mathar, J. Bärenfänger, K. Baier, A. Heinrich and W. Bilgic, et al. --
Research Project E-Performance --
In-Car-Network Optimization for Electric Vehicles / Georg Gut and Christian Allmann --
Automotive Ethernet, a Holistic Approach for a Next Generation In-Vehicle Networking Standard / Peter Hank, Thomas Suermann and Steffen Müller --
Ethernet-Based and Function-Independent Vehicle Control-Platform: Motivation, Idea and Technical Concept Fulfilling Quantitative Safety-Requirements from ISO 26262 / Michael Armbruster, Ludger Fiege, Gunter Freitag, Thomas Schmid and Gernot Spiegelberg, et al. --
Design of a Robust Plausibility Check for an Adaptive Vehicle Observer in an Electric Vehicle / Matthias Korte, Frédéric Holzmann, Gerd Kaiser, Volker Scheuch and Hubert Roth --
Simplified Architecture by the Use of Decision Units / Volker Scheuch, Frédéric Holzmann, Gerd Kaiser and Sébastien Glaser --
Plug-In Hybrid Electrical Commercial Vehicle: Energy Flow Control Strategies / Stefano Agostoni, Federico Cheli, Ferdinando Mapelli and Davide Tarsitano --
The MobicarInfo System: Tackling Key Issues in EV Range Anxiety / António Monteiro, Rodrigo Maia, Pedro Serra and Pedro Neves --
Estimation of In-Use Powertrain Parameters of Fully Electric Vehicle Using Advanced ARM Microcontrollers / Rafał Grzeszczyk, Arkadiusz Hojka, Jerzy Merkisz, Maciej Bajerlein and Paweł Fuc, et al. Part 2. Safety & Driver Assistance --
Laser-Based Hierarchical Grid Mapping for Detection and Tracking of Moving Objects / Markus Schütz, Yonkie Wiyogo, Matthias Schmid and Jürgen Dickmann --
Lane Accurate Position Sensing of Vehicles for Cooperative Driver Assistance Systems / Bernhard Schmid, Michael Zalewski, Ulrich Stählin, Klaus Rink and Stefan Günthner --
On the Design of Performance Testing Methods for Active Safety Systems / Henrik Eriksson, Jan Jacobson, Jacques Hérard, Micha Lesemann and Andrés Aparicio --
Advanced Driver Assistance System Supporting Routing and Navigation for Fully Electric Vehicles / Konstantinos Demestichas, Evgenia Adamopoulou, Michalis Masikos, Thomas Benz and Wolfgang Kipp, et al. --
Slippery Road Detection by Using Different Methods of Polarised Light / Johan Casselgren, Matti Kutila and Maria Jokela --
A Centralized Real-Time Driver Assistance System for Road Safety Based on Smartphone / Andrea Corti, Vincenzo Manzoni, Sergio M. Savaresi, Mario D. Santucci and Onorino Di Tanna --
Simulation of Advanced Lateral Safety Systems as a Cost Effective Tool to Estimate Potential Success / Blanca Araujo Pérez, Cesar Maestro Martín, Esteban Cañibano Álvarez, Javier Romo García and Juan Carlos Merino Senovilla. Part 3. Networked Vehicle --
Traffic Jam Warning Messages from Measured Vehicle Data with the Use of Three-Phase Traffic Theory / Hubert Rehborn, Boris S. Kerner and Ralf-Peter Schäfer --
Realtime Roadboundary Detection for Urban Areas / Stefan Hegemann, Stefan Lueke and Claudia Nilles --
Overall Probabilistic Framework for Modeling and Analysis of Intersection Situations / Galia Weidl and Gabi Breuel --
Lane-Sensitive Positioning and Navigation for Innovative ITS Services / Erwin Schoitsch, Egbert Althammer, Reinhard Kloibhofer, Roland Spielhofer and Martin Reinthaler, et al. --
Vehicle Re-Identification With Several Magnetic Sensors / Anne-Cécile Pitton, Andréa Vassilev and Sylvie Charbonnier --
Part 4. Components & Systems --
Truck Safety Applications for Cost-Efficient Laser Scanner Sensors / Malte Ahrholdt, Grant Grubb and Torbjörn Johansen --
Far Infrared Imaging Sensor for Mass Production of Night Vision and Pedestrian Detection Systems / Emmanuel Bercier, Patrick Robert, David Pochic, Jean-Luc Tissot and Agnes Arnaud, et al. --
A Laser Scanner Chip Set for Accurate Perception Systems / Sami Kurtti, Jussi-Pekka Jansson and Juha Kostamovaara --
Biaxial Tripod MEMS Mirror and Omnidirectional Lens for a Low Cost Wide Angle Laser Range Sensor / Ulrich Hofmann and Mika Aikio --
A Generic Approach for Performance Evaluation of Vehicle Electronic Control Systems / Alexander Hanzlik and Erwin Kristen --
Outlook for Safety and Powertrain Sensors / Richard Dixon.
Responsibility: Gereon Meyer (ed.).
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