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The Resource Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2016 : smart systems for the automobile of the future, Tim Schulze, Beate Müller, Gereon Meyer, editors, (electronic book)

Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2016 : smart systems for the automobile of the future, Tim Schulze, Beate Müller, Gereon Meyer, editors, (electronic book)

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Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2016 : smart systems for the automobile of the future
Title
Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2016
Title remainder
smart systems for the automobile of the future
Statement of responsibility
Tim Schulze, Beate Müller, Gereon Meyer, editors
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Subject
Language
eng
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EBLCP
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  • 629.22
  • 620
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no index present
LC call number
  • TL152.8
  • TA1-2040
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non fiction
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  • Schulze, Tim.
  • Müller, Beate
  • Meyer, Gereon.
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  • Autonomous vehicles
  • Motor vehicles
  • Microelectromechanical systems
  • Mechatronics
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Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2016 : smart systems for the automobile of the future, Tim Schulze, Beate Müller, Gereon Meyer, editors, (electronic book)
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Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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multicolored
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Supporters and Organisers; Steering Committee; Contents; Networked Vehicles & Navigation; 1 Requirements and Evaluation of a Smartphone Based Dead Reckoning Pedestrian Localization for Vehicle Safety Applications; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Localization Estimation Filter; 2.1 Sensor Error Models and Impact of the Error Terms; 2.2 Error-State Model; 2.3 Observation Models; 2.3.1 Loosely Coupled GNSS Measurement; 2.3.2 Tightly Coupled GNSS Measurement; 2.3.3 Barometric Height Measurement; 3 Methods; 3.1 Reference Measurement System; 3.2 Measurement Environment; 4 Results
  • 4.1 GNSS Receiver and Method Comparison4.2 Velocity Accuracy; 4.3 Simulated Short-Time GNSS Outage; 4.4 Location Estimation Accuracy Requirements for Pedestrian Protection Systems; 5 Discussion; 6 Conclusions; References; 2 Probabilistic Integration of GNSS for Safety-Critical Driving Functions and Automated Driving-the NAVENTIK Project; Abstract; 1 Introduction to GNSS in Automotive Applications; 2 Confidence Adaptive Use Cases; 2.1 E-Call Extension; 2.2 Active Navigation; 3 NAVENTIK Measures and System Architecture; 4 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References
  • 3 Is IEEE 802.11p V2X Obsolete Before it is Even Deployed?Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Related Work; 3 The ETSI ITS-G5 Standard; 3.1 Access Layer; 3.2 Networking and Transport Layer; 3.3 The Common Data Dictionary; 3.4 Cooperative Awareness Basic Service; 3.5 Security Services; 4 Evaluation Framework and Methodology; 5 Results; 6 Conclusion and Future Work; Acknowledgments; References; 4 Prototyping Framework for Cooperative Interaction of Automated Vehicles and Vulnerable Road Users; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Prototyping Hardware Equipment and Sensorial Systems
  • 2.1 Overview of Sensorial Systems2.2 Research Vehicle for Automated Driving; 2.3 Prototyping Testbed-Mobile Road Side Unit; 2.4 Mobile Devices for VRUs; 3 Software Framework for Prototyping; 3.1 Software Modules Overview; 3.2 Algorithmic Components; 3.2.1 Vehicle Trajectory Representation; 3.2.2 Intent Estimation; 4 Application Scenarios; 4.1 Manoeuvre Planning for Automated Green Driving and VRU Safety; 4.2 Cooperative Interactions Between VRU and Automated Vehicles; 5 Conclusion; Acknowledgment; References; 5 Communication Beyond Vehicles-Road to Automated Driving; Abstract
  • 1 Trends-Automated Driving and Smart System2 Robustness-the Need for Smart Vehicles; 3 Evolution-Communication Architectures; 4 Essentiality-V2X Communication; 5 Urgency-Secured Vehicle Architectures; 6 Outlook-Requirements Secured Car Communication; References; 6 What About the Infrastructure?; Abstract; 1 Variation in Vehicles; 2 Evolution in Car Systems; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Lateral Assistance Systems; 2.3 Longitudinal Assistance Systems; 2.4 Automated Cars; 2.5 Fleets; 2.6 Location, Communication, Maps; 3 Involved Parties; 3.1 The User; 3.2 Road Operators; 3.3 Law Makers; 4 Conclusion
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9783319447650
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Label
Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2016 : smart systems for the automobile of the future, Tim Schulze, Beate Müller, Gereon Meyer, editors, (electronic book)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Supporters and Organisers; Steering Committee; Contents; Networked Vehicles & Navigation; 1 Requirements and Evaluation of a Smartphone Based Dead Reckoning Pedestrian Localization for Vehicle Safety Applications; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Localization Estimation Filter; 2.1 Sensor Error Models and Impact of the Error Terms; 2.2 Error-State Model; 2.3 Observation Models; 2.3.1 Loosely Coupled GNSS Measurement; 2.3.2 Tightly Coupled GNSS Measurement; 2.3.3 Barometric Height Measurement; 3 Methods; 3.1 Reference Measurement System; 3.2 Measurement Environment; 4 Results
  • 4.1 GNSS Receiver and Method Comparison4.2 Velocity Accuracy; 4.3 Simulated Short-Time GNSS Outage; 4.4 Location Estimation Accuracy Requirements for Pedestrian Protection Systems; 5 Discussion; 6 Conclusions; References; 2 Probabilistic Integration of GNSS for Safety-Critical Driving Functions and Automated Driving-the NAVENTIK Project; Abstract; 1 Introduction to GNSS in Automotive Applications; 2 Confidence Adaptive Use Cases; 2.1 E-Call Extension; 2.2 Active Navigation; 3 NAVENTIK Measures and System Architecture; 4 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References
  • 3 Is IEEE 802.11p V2X Obsolete Before it is Even Deployed?Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Related Work; 3 The ETSI ITS-G5 Standard; 3.1 Access Layer; 3.2 Networking and Transport Layer; 3.3 The Common Data Dictionary; 3.4 Cooperative Awareness Basic Service; 3.5 Security Services; 4 Evaluation Framework and Methodology; 5 Results; 6 Conclusion and Future Work; Acknowledgments; References; 4 Prototyping Framework for Cooperative Interaction of Automated Vehicles and Vulnerable Road Users; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Prototyping Hardware Equipment and Sensorial Systems
  • 2.1 Overview of Sensorial Systems2.2 Research Vehicle for Automated Driving; 2.3 Prototyping Testbed-Mobile Road Side Unit; 2.4 Mobile Devices for VRUs; 3 Software Framework for Prototyping; 3.1 Software Modules Overview; 3.2 Algorithmic Components; 3.2.1 Vehicle Trajectory Representation; 3.2.2 Intent Estimation; 4 Application Scenarios; 4.1 Manoeuvre Planning for Automated Green Driving and VRU Safety; 4.2 Cooperative Interactions Between VRU and Automated Vehicles; 5 Conclusion; Acknowledgment; References; 5 Communication Beyond Vehicles-Road to Automated Driving; Abstract
  • 1 Trends-Automated Driving and Smart System2 Robustness-the Need for Smart Vehicles; 3 Evolution-Communication Architectures; 4 Essentiality-V2X Communication; 5 Urgency-Secured Vehicle Architectures; 6 Outlook-Requirements Secured Car Communication; References; 6 What About the Infrastructure?; Abstract; 1 Variation in Vehicles; 2 Evolution in Car Systems; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Lateral Assistance Systems; 2.3 Longitudinal Assistance Systems; 2.4 Automated Cars; 2.5 Fleets; 2.6 Location, Communication, Maps; 3 Involved Parties; 3.1 The User; 3.2 Road Operators; 3.3 Law Makers; 4 Conclusion
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SPR958563898
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Extent
1 online resource (264 p.)
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319447650
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unknown
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computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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not applicable
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