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The highway motor vehicle of the long run will include techniques from 3 significant car know-how fields: motive force advice structures, motor vehicle networking and replacement propulsion. clever structures similar to adaptive ICT parts and MEMS units, novel community architectures, built-in sensor structures, clever interfaces and sensible fabrics shape the root of those gains and allow their winning and synergetic integration. They more and more seem to be the major permitting applied sciences for secure and eco-friendly street mobility. For greater than fifteen years the foreign discussion board on complicated Microsystems for automobile purposes (AMAA) has been profitable in detecting novel traits and in discussing the technological implications from early on. the subject of the AMAA 2013 may be “Smart platforms for secure and eco-friendly Vehicles”. This booklet includes peer-reviewed papers written via prime engineers and researchers which all handle the continued learn and novel advancements within the field.
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The scan rate is set to 25 Hz. To increase the common field of view, the laser scanners are turned outwards on each side. For this reason, the common field of view is 140°. Fig. 1 A Mercedes E-Class is used as a demonstrator car. It is equipped with two laser scanners and a long- and midrange radar. A Velodyne HDL-64E and a DGPSmodule are used for evaluation only. A robust bumper is mounted for crash scenarios 24 M. Schütz and K. Dietmayer The radar sensor has two alternating modes. In the long-range mode maximum range is 174 m and the field of view is 20°, while in the mid-range mode maximum range is 60 m and the field of view is 90°.
Afterwards the received packet rate as a function of the distance of the pedestrian to the vehicle was evaluated. Some of the measurements are shown in Fig. 3. Fig. 3 Measurements of the WLAN range with different smartphones 40 S. Engel et al. The rate of successful received packets did not depend on the distance between the pedestrian and the vehicle. However, in nearly all measurements a shorter range could be noticed if the smartphone was worn in the front pocket. 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.