VDE/VDI GMM (Hrsg.)

GMM-Fb. 99: AmE 2021

Automotive meets Electronics 12. GMM-Symposium, March, 10 – 11, 2021, Online Event

GMM-Fachberichte

2021, 80 Seiten, 140 x 124 mm, Slimlinebox, CD-Rom
ISBN 978-3-8007-5487-8, E-Book: ISBN 978-3-8007-5488-5
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Inhaltsverzeichnis Vorwort

In the same way as time will be subject to permanent changes, the focus of the AmE Conference is going to change. More than ten years ago, when the AmE Conference was launched, automotive electronics was characterized by a continuously growing network of many dedicated ECUs.
Looking at today's technology and changing requirements, particularly in communication, we see that mobility turns out to become a service rather than a means of transport. Intermodal travelling is in the transition from vision to reality, and car sharing is no longer the dream of lunatics - it has rather become a viable option for many people, especially in combination with electric vehicles.
These changes imply changes in automotive technology and development methodologies. The architecture is in transition from a heterogenous network of ECUs towards a centralized system with high computational power. These new systems are built with new technologies and require new development and simulation tools for handling the complexity.
The current software development will continue regarding many safety relevant domains, but new approaches such as Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning will enter the stage due to the necessity to handle the huge amounts of data, generated by sensors and the link to the backbone servers providing additional information.
Die VDE/VDI GMM hat die Aufgabe, die wissenschaftliche und technische Entwicklung im Bereich der Mikroelektronik, Mikrosystem-, Nano- und Feinwerktechnik sowie deren breite Anwendungen zu fördern. Sie initiiert den dazu erforderlichen Dialog zwischen Herstellern, Anwendern und Wissenschaft und bildet ein Forum für Diskussionen über diese Techniken in der Öffentlichkeit. Die GMM vertritt die Belange der in ihr vertretenen Arbeits- und Fachgebiete gegenüber politischen Entscheidungsträgern und bringt ihre Fachkompetenz in die Gestaltung der Förderpolitik ein.

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Optimization of B-Spline parameterized Trajectories for On-Road Vehicle Guidance

Autoren: Dorpmueller, Philip; Keller, Martin; Bertram, Torsten

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Investigation on the Suitability of Power Line Communication for Redundancy Data Transmission for Automated Driving Functions

Autoren: Jeschke, Sebastian; Olbrich, Marcel; Kleinen, Michael; Baerenfänger, Joerg

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New Magnetic Sensor Technology for Modern Speed Sensing Application of Rotating Shafts

Autoren: Hainz, Simon; de la Torre, Elisa; Guettinger, Johannes

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Towards a Standardized Format for Automotive Mission Profiles

Autoren: Sohrmann, Christoph; Fischbach, Robert; Krinke, Andreas; Nirmaier, Thomas; Meyer zu Bexten, Volker; Jerke, Goeran; Novacek, Jan

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Efficient utilization of vector DSP architectures for upcoming automotive applications trends

Autoren: Walluszik, Konrad; Hassan, Muhammad; Schaefer, Juergen

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Side-Slip Angle Estimation by Artificial Neural Networks for Vehicle Dynamics Control Applications

Autoren: Sieberg, Philipp Maximilian; Blume, Sebastian; Schramm, Dieter

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Reduction of System Development Time with Early Sensor Prototyping and Measurement-Based Simulations

Autoren: Hainz, Simon; Guettinger, Johannes; Fontanesi, Simone; de Ruvo, Maurizio

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Real-Time Capable and Modular Modeling of Wheel Suspensions using Neural Networks

Autoren: Kracht, Frederic Etienne; Seeger, Jan; Schramm, Dieter