Vehicle Electronic Systems 2002: Conference Proceedings

Vehicle Electronic Systems 2002: Conference Proceedings

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Now in its fifth year, this highly successful event on vehicle electronics was organised by ERA Technology Ltd in association with the IEE and ImechE. Taking a practical, realistic approach this conference had a strong focus on themes including telematics, communication technologies and multimedia applications. It showcased recent developments in vehicle electronic systems whilst addressing their impact on the automotive industry and the customer. Presentations were given by key organisations within the automotive industry such as Visteon, TRW Conekt, Praxis Critical Systems, Siemens VDO Automotive, Landrover and Human Engineering Ltd. They highlighted new and emerging technologies in telematics, vehicle comfort and safety and will focus on practical aspects of implementing technology. The demands of the 21st century customer have accelerated the evolution of new technologies in vehicle electronic systems, beyond all expectations. In order to keep up with the rapidly changing technological advances in the automotive industry, companies recognise that investing their resources in telematics, the human machine interface, communication technologies and safety aspects, is crucial.show more

Product details

  • Spiral bound | 192 pages
  • ERA Technology Ltd
  • Leatherhead, United Kingdom
  • 0700807578
  • 9780700807574

Table of contents

* Night vision - a system approach to human machine interfaces improving perception and traffic safety Gerhard Bierleutgeb, Michael Kleinkes and Dr Stephan Voelker, Hella KG Hueck & Co, Germany and Juergen Locher, Universitat Paderborn, Germany * Tire guard - tire pressure monitoring system Dr Martin Fischer, Siemens VDO Automotive AG, Germany * Intelligent deployment for automotive restraint systems using low cost infra-red sensors Robert Parkin Dr Mike Jackson Amjad Juna, David Whitby, and Dr Amin Al-Habaibeh, Loughborough University and Mike Mansi, IRISYS Ltd * Telematics and electronic road tolling Keith Hayton, Visteon Corporation * Modular telematics systems JOrg-Michael Schneider, Philips Semiconductors, Germany * The impact of 3G on automotive telematics Dr Shane Rooney, NextGen Telematics * The use of predictive modelling for optimising interaction with vehicle electronic displays William Ian Hamilton and Barry Davies, Human Engineering Ltd * Examining the evolution of telematics services - forecasting future trends David Bell and Mark Gray, Secured by Design * The future of automotive in-vehicle control networking Richard McLaughlin, University of Warwick and Chris Quigley, Warwick Control Technologies Ltd * Accessibility to vehicle electronics Eduard Fernandez, Agbar Automotive Spainshow more