By Andreas von Eichhorn, Peter Zahn, Dieter Schramm (auth.), Jan Fischer-Wolfarth, Gereon Meyer (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3319004751

ISBN-13: 9783319004754

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ISBN-13: 9783319004761

The highway automobile of the longer term will include recommendations from 3 significant automobile know-how fields: driving force counsel structures, motor vehicle networking and substitute propulsion. shrewdpermanent platforms comparable to adaptive ICT parts and MEMS units, novel community architectures, built-in sensor structures, clever interfaces and practical fabrics shape the root of those positive aspects and allow their profitable and synergetic integration. They more and more seem to be the most important allowing applied sciences for secure and eco-friendly highway mobility. For greater than fifteen years the overseas discussion board on complex Microsystems for car functions (AMAA) has been winning in detecting novel tendencies and in discussing the technological implications from early on. the subject of the AMAA 2013 can be “Smart structures for secure and eco-friendly Vehicles”. This booklet comprises peer-reviewed papers written by means of top engineers and researchers which all handle the continuing study and novel advancements within the field.

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For example, it is hard to robustly find suitable landmarks in different scenarios with range sensors and therefore to localize the ego vehicle properly with many algorithms. This is mainly because of areas where there are many unstructured roadside objects such as bushes. The system’s localization approach is occupancy grid map based. In particular, it assumes that there is no external information about the environment available. This assumption is adequate, since GPS often fails in urban canyons (and if not its accuracy is not appropriate for driver assistance systems) and it is hard to create and update an accurate a priori digital map, or even a laser-generated map, for large areas.

This is because the test subjects moved away from the vehicle forwards and the human body shadowed the antenna of the vehicle in this case. As it is to be seen, in the free field scenario a range up to 200 m was achieved. In the parking scenario however, the range reduced to approx. 60 m. Nonetheless the necessary communication range of 25 m and 45 m, that were deduced from the accident speeds in Sect. 1 were achieved. It has to be said that the communication range depends on several physical factors like the transmitting power, the antenna gain and the geometry of the vehicle, but even without special hardware the necessary range with respect to the accident analysis was attainable.

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