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2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Technologiestrategien etablierter und neuer Akteure in der Phase des diskontinuierlichen technologischen Wandels in der Automobilindustrie

Bereits vor über hundert Jahren befand sich die Automobilindustrie in einer Phase der technologischen Diskontinuität. Zu Beginn der Industrieentwicklung stand die Frage des ‚Dominanten Designs‘ in der Antriebstechnologie im Mittelpunkt. Die …

Autoren:
Prof. Dr M. Stephan, M. Mooser

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Background

In this chapter, we give an introduction to vehicular communication and provide background information on privacy. We introduce the notion of verifiable privacy protection, before we describe the specific privacy threats that arise in vehicular …

Autor:
David Förster

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Introduction

Advances in information technologies have brought dramatic changes in the last few decades. Some years ago the Internet has changed the way we communicate, consume and publish information, and do business. Now, the emergence of “Smart Devices” and …

Autor:
David Förster

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Approaches for In-vehicle Communication – An Analysis and Outlook

Electrical and electronic systems have been getting raising importance for innovations in the automotive industry. Networking issues are a key factor in this process since they enable distributed control functions and user interaction bringing …

Erschienen in: Computer Networks (2017)
Autoren:
Arne Neumann, Martin Jan Mytych, Derk Wesemann, Lukasz Wisniewski, Jürgen Jasperneite

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

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Autoren:
Klaus Bichler, Ralf Krohn, Peter Philippi, Frank Schneidereit

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

AutoPlay: Unfolding Motivational Affordances of Autonomous Driving

The AutoPlay prototypes have been designed to explore the implementation of non-driving activities into the context of a future autonomous driving situation. The conceptual design goal was to maintain a pleasurable situational awareness of the …

Autoren:
Sven Krome, Jussi Holopainen, Stefan Greuter

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Efficient Distribution of Certificate Chains in VANETs

Wireless car-to-X communication technology is about to enter the mass market within the next years. Thereby, security in created vehicular ad-hoc networks depends on digital signatures managed by a multi-level certificate hierarchy. Certificate …

Autoren:
Sebastian Bittl, Karsten Roscher

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Theoretischer Hintergrund

Für die menschenzentrierte Entwicklung innovativer Fahrerassistenzsysteme werden zum besseren Verständnis der Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion die verschiedenen Schritte und Bedingungen der Informationsverarbeitung betrachtet (Abschnitt 2.1). Damit …

Erschienen in: Licht führt!? (2017)
Autor:
Anna Zoé Krahnstöver

2012 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Proactive Pedestrian Protection

Pedestrian accidents are an important aspect of vehicle safety in Europe and throughout the world. Therefore, various countries have already passed statutory regulations on pedestrian protection for vehicles. These mainly focus on assessing …

Autoren:
Stefan Schramm, Franz Roth, Johann Stoll, Dr. Ulrich Widmann

2012 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Behavioral Adaptation and Acceptance

One purpose of Intelligent Vehicles is to improve road safety, throughput, and emissions. However, the predicted effects are not always as large as aimed for. Part of this is due to indirect behavioral changes of drivers, also called behavioral …

Autoren:
Dr. Marieke H. Martens, Gunnar D. Jenssen

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Design of M2M Communications Interfaces in Transport Systems

In the paper the principle of M2M communications in transport systems is presented. The concept of M2M system architecture is considered. Characteristics of M2M communications for example data transmission, monitoring and other services for …

Autor:
Malgorzata Gajewska

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Potentials and Requirements of an Integrated Solution for a Connected Car

Within our society, individuality, comfort and mobility play an important role for working, travelling and living environments. Especially with the connectivity of a car to its environment, e.g. sensors, the communication to another car, to …

Autoren:
Karl-Heinz Lüke, Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Electrification and Digitalization as Disruptive Trends: New Perspectives for the Automotive Industry?

Climate change, growing urbanization, and technological developments like digitalization and electrification (“diglectrification”) change societal requirements and customer preferences toward motility and mobility in the future, especially …

Autor:
Jochen Wittmann

2017 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Functional Safety of Automated Driving Systems: Does ISO 26262 Meet the Challenges?

Today’s innovative automated driving systems (ADS) functions are realised by highly interconnected and networking cyber-physical systems based on existing automated driving assistance systems (ADAS). These interconnections increase the complexity …

Erschienen in: Automated Driving (2017)
Autoren:
Helmut Martin, Kurt Tschabuschnig, Olof Bridal, Daniel Watzenig

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Elektrik/Elektronik/Software

Steigende Anforderungen hinsichtlich Sicherheit, Umweltschutz und Komfort führten in den vergangenen Jahren zu einem starken Anstieg der Funktionen im Fahrzeug. Wesentliche Treiber dafür waren die gestiegenen Komfortansprüche, die Vernetzung der …

Autoren:
Dr. Heinz-Bernhard Abel, Dr. Heinrich-Jochen Blume, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Ludwig Brabetz, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Manfred Broy, Dipl.-Ing. Simon Fürst, Dr. Lothar Ganzelmeier, Dr. Jörg Helbig, Dipl.-Ing. Gerhard Heyen, Dr. rer. soc. Meike Jipp, Dipl.-Ing. Günther Kasties, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Knoll, Dr.-Ing. Olaf Krieger, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Lachmayer, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Lemmer, Dr. Wolfgang Pfaff, Dr.-Ing. Thomas Scharnhorst, Dr.-Ing. Guido Schneider

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Towards Dynamic and Flexible Sensor Fusion for Automotive Applications

In this paper we describe the concept of the data fusion and system architecture to be implemented in the collaborative research project Smart Adaptive Data Aggregation (SADA). The objective of SADA is to develop technologies that enable linking …

Autoren:
Susana Alcalde Bagüés, Wendelin Feiten, Tim Tiedemann, Christian Backe, Dhiraj Gulati, Steffen Lorenz, Peter Conradi

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Car-to-X Communication

Modern vehicles carry a large number of highly sophisticated sensors to provide a various set of comfort and active safety technologies. Hence, not restricted to upper class vehicles, there are, e. g., radar or lidar sensors to enable Active Cruse …

Autor:
Attila Jaeger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Driver Notification

The final objective of a road safety related Car-to-X application is to present a notification to the driver of a vehicle, if an event may present a threat to driving safety. This way, the driver is aware of the potential dangerous situation and …

Autor:
Attila Jaeger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Situation Maintenance

As detailed, within Car-to-X communication each vehicle may detect and report dangerous situations. In Section A.1, some possible attacks on C2X use-cases are detailed. Consequently, multiple approaches to verify the trustworthiness of a message …

Autor:
Attila Jaeger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Weather Hazard Detection

Modern vehicles contain a multitude of sensors. Several of them, e. g., outside temperature, rain intensity, or brightness probes, are suitable for detecting the current weather condition. These sensors may be further complemented by observing …

Autor:
Attila Jaeger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Introduction

Car-to-X communication is considered as the next major step towards a significant increase of road safety and traffic efficiency. For this purpose, vehicles connect to each other by building up a decentralized wireless ad-hoc network in order to …

Autor:
Attila Jaeger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Evaluation Results

In this chapter approaches, modules, and components as detailed in previous chapters are evaluated. Therefore, measurement data obtained within driving simulation, individual tests with especially equipped and adapted vehicles, and large scale …

Autor:
Attila Jaeger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Summary and Conclusion

An overall concept of a road weather related application for Car-to-X communication was presented within this thesis. Thereby, the underlying C2X system architecture, vehicle and infrastructure stations, utilized communication frequencies, and C2X …

Autor:
Attila Jaeger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Reference Implementations

Within this chapter realizations of concepts and components presented in previous chapters are detailed and discussed. This includes an overall C2X system architecture and an implementation and integration of the Mobility Data Verification …

Autor:
Attila Jaeger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Automotive game-changers and their challenges from a chassis perspective

Automotive game-changers and their effect on automotive industries, especially on technical developments and innovations, have been discussed deeply for several years. On the one hand there are increasing requirements coming from various technical …

Autor:
J. Wagner

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Video Interface Technology

With digitalization the number of camera interface specifications has grown enormously. The source of this growth is the technical potential of digital electronics and the extensive parameters of video technology as well as the requirements of …

Autor:
Rainer Gutzmer

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Arbeitsmarkt nach Branchen

Ingenieure finden in fast allen Branchen und Wirtschaftszweigen interessante Tätigkeitsfelder. Naturgemäß ist vor allem die Industrie wichtigster Arbeitgeber. Aber auch Öffent. licher Dienst, Verbände und Vereine, Beratungsfirmen, Ingenieur- und …

Autoren:
Elke Pohl, Bernd Fiehöfer

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

A Framework on Cloud Based Connected Car Services

The connected car is a loaded term describing all the technological advances happening inside automobiles with assistance of cloud technology to transfer information. The best known connected-car technology is satellite navigation, which uses the …

Autoren:
Sumendra Yogarayan, Afizan Azman, Kirbana Jai Raman, Hesham Ali Alsayed Elbendary, Mohd Fikri Azli Abdullah, Siti Zainab Ibrahim

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Einleitung: Warum Social Media?

Wenn man sich heute im Alltag bewegt, begegnen einem nahezu überall Menschen, die mit ihrem Smartphone Nachrichten abrufen und sich mit Freunden oder Bekannten austauschen. Warum ist das so und wie konnte es „so weit kommen“? Was bedeutet dieses geän

Autoren:
Dagmar Mack, Dominic Vilberger

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Vehicle-2-X

Connectivity among vehicles and with infrastructure is becoming increasingly important. It is the technological basis for future “cooperative intelligent transport systems.” The ability of a vehicle to communicate with its immediate surroundings …

Autoren:
Hendrik Fuchs, Frank Hofmann, Hans Löhr, Gunther Schaaf

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel Zur Zeit gratis

Verstärkung der Welle

Die zunehmende Vernetzung von Alltagsgegenständen zum Internet der Dinge, das dadurch jeden Tag ins Unermessliche steigende Big Data Aufkommen und die smarte Integration der Cloud als Aufbewahrungsbecken für diese Datenberge verstärken die du

Erschienen in: Mobile Strategy (2016)
Autor:
Mark Wächter

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Vorarbeiten für den Entwurf des neuen Fahrzeugkonzepts

Das Gesamtgefüge der Stadt der Gegenwart funktioniert in seiner Vielschichtigkeit als städtebauliche Erinnerung, stetig werden neue Bestandteile hinzugefügt. Und kontinuierlich reagiert die Stadt auf neue Ereignisse. Derartige räumliche Entwicklungen

Autoren:
Prof. Dr. J. Alexander Schmidt, Sonja Hellali-Milani, Prof. Dr. Heike Proff, Dr. Thomas M. Fojcik, Katharina Kestner, Nicole Schleiffer, Stefan Schwarz, Silke M. Müller, Laura Bottel, Prof. Dr. Matthias Brand, Prof. Kurt Mehnert, Prof. (Stv.) Carolin Schreiber, Dr.-Ing. Benjamin Hesse, Martin Koppers, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Schramm

2008 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Elektronik

Die Erhöhung der Verkehrssicherheit und—vielleicht noch wichtiger—die Sicherstellung der Umweltverträglichkeit sind die entscheidenden Arbeitsgebiete zur Sicherung der automobilen Zukunft. Und diese Aufgaben sind global zu lösen: Verkehrssicherheit g

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Automotive Proxy-Based Security Architecture for CE Device Integration

Increasing adoption of Consumer Electronic (CE) devices in the automotive world encourages car makers to propose new CE-related features each year. However, car complexity and security concerns slow down this process. The ubiquitous and personal natu

Autoren:
Alexandre Bouard, Johannes Schanda, Daniel Herrscher, Claudia Eckert

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

A Norm-Based Probabilistic Decision-Making Model for Autonomic Traffic Networks

We propose a norm-based agent-oriented model of decision-making of semi-autonomous vehicles in urban traffic scenarios. Computational norms are used to represent the driving rules and conventions that influence the distributed decision-making process

Autoren:
Maksims Fiosins, Jörg P. Müller, Michaela Huhn

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Bridging Physical and Digital Traffic System Simulations with the Gulliver Test-Bed

We propose a cyber-physical platform that combines road traffic simulation, network simulation, and physically simulated vehicles to facilitate extensive testing on various levels of vehicular systems. Our design integrates physical and digital vehic

Autoren:
Christian Berger, Erik Dahlgren, Johan Grunden, Daniel Gunnarsson, Nadia Holtryd, Anmar Khazal, Mohamed Mustafa, Marina Papatriantafilou, Elad M. Schiller, Christoph Steup, Viktor Swantesson, Philippas Tsigas

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Middleware-Based Security and Privacy for In-car Integration of Third-Party Applications

Today’s vehicles include up to seventy networked electronic platforms handling simultaneously infotainment and safety functions. Fully connected to the world, the car is now customizable, communicates with several external devices, online services an

Autoren:
Alexandre Bouard, Maximilian Graf, Dennis Burgkhardt

2012 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Security Solutions for Highly Dynamic Car2X Networks in the KoFAS Initiative

The provisioning of security for highly dynamic wireless networks, as for Car2X applications is still a major topic, as very specific requirements have to be solved. Those include a perfect privacy level and advanced real-time behavior, and the neces

Autor:
Axel Sikora

2012 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Group Coordination for Agent-Oriented Urban Traffic Management

Future cooperative traffic management systems will make use of on-board intelligence and of communication among vehicles and traffic infrastructure. In this demonstration, we present a simulation-based approach of applying multi-agent systems modelin

Autoren:
Jana Görmer, Jörg P. Müller

2011 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Influence of a Multimodal Assistance Supporting Anticipatory Driving on the Driving Behavior and Driver’s Acceptance

This work presents an investigation of a multimodal human-machine interface (HMI) of an anticipatory driver assistance system. The HMI of the system consists of visual indicators displayed in the digital instrument cluster and discrete impulses of an

Autoren:
Hermann Hajek, Daria Popiv, Mariana Just, Klaus Bengler

2011 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Wireless Protocol Design for a Cooperative Pedestrian Protection System

In the research project Ko-TAG, which is part of the research initiative Ko-FAS, cooperative sensor technology is developed and its benefit for traffic safety applications is evaluated. As a result the new sensor concept shall provide essential input

Autoren:
Dirk Lill, Manuel Schappacher, Shahidul Islam, Axel Sikora

2011 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Agent-Based Integrated Decision Making for Autonomous Vehicles in Urban Traffic

We present an approach for integrated decision making of vehicle agents in urban traffic systems. The planning process for a vehicle agent is broken down into two stages: strategic planning for selection of the optimal route and tactical planning for

Autoren:
Maksims Fiosins, Jelena Fiosina, Jörg P. Müller, Jana Görmer

2009 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Automotive IT-Security as a Challenge: Basic Attacks from the Black Box Perspective on the Example of Privacy Threats

Since automotive IT is becoming more and more powerful, the IT-security in this domain is an evolving area of research. In this paper we focus on the relevance of the black box perspective in the context of threat analyses for automotive IT systems a

Autoren:
Tobias Hoppe, Stefan Kiltz, Jana Dittmann

2010 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Towards a Reference Architecture for a Collaborative Intelligent Transport System Infrastructure

The intelligent transport systems, which aim at providing smarter transport infrastructures and sustainable mobility, are deeply grounded on the Information and Communication Technologies. Current trends in the development of integrated complex syste

Autoren:
A. Luis Osório, Hamideh Afsarmanesh, Luis M. Camarinha-Matos

2010 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Reduction of Driver Stress Using AmI Technology while Driving in Motorway Merging Sections

High average intensity of traffic and problems like traffic congestions, road safety, etc. are challenging problems striking highway operators in these days. With the broad application of intelligent transport systems (ITS), particularly for the most

Autoren:
Kashif Zia, Andreas Riener, Alois Ferscha

2011 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Secure Beamforming for Weather Hazard Warning Application in Car-to-X Communication

Intelligent networking of cars and infrastructure (Car-to-X, C2X) by means of dedicated short range communication represents one of the most promising attempts towards enhancement of active safety and traffic efficiency in the near future. Neverthele

Autoren:
Hagen Stübing, Attila Jaeger

2008 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Die 2000er Jahre bis 2006

Computergraphik hat sich als Basistechnologie bei der Gestaltung von Mensch- Maschine-Schnittstellen etabliert. Während die neunziger Jahre noch durch die Entwicklung immersiver Ein- und Ausgabegeräte geprägt waren („Virtuelle Realität“), verschmilzt

Autoren:
José Luis Encarnação, Didier Stricker, Rüdiger Dillmann, Wolfgang Wahlster, Rudi Studer, Andreas Abecker, Wolfgang Paul, Tom In der Rieden

2009 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

The Internet of Things in an Enterprise Context

This paper puts the Internet of Things in a wider context: How it relates to the Future Internet overall, and where the business value lies so that it will become interesting for enterprises to invest in it. Real-World Awareness and Business Process

Autoren:
Stephan Haller, Stamatis Karnouskos, Christoph Schroth

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Effective Certificate Distribution in ETSI ITS VANETs Using Implicit and Explicit Requests

Security and privacy of current Car-to-X systems heavily depends on the usage of pseudonym certificates. These carry the required information for authenticating messages received from other vehicles. However, only a limited amount of detailed studies

Autoren:
Sebastian Bittl, Berke Aydinli, Karsten Roscher

2009 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Automobiles

Vehicles in the future will be influenced by a wide range of different customer demands on design, environment, dynamics, variability, comfort, safety, infotainment and cost effectiveness.

Erschienen in: Technology Guide (2009)
Autoren:
Jürgen Leohold, Lars Gottwaldt

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

An Approach to Model Complex Big Data Driven Cyber Physical Systems

Big data driven cyber physical systems not only meet big data 4V feature requirements, but also have to meet time constrains and spatial constraints of cyber physical systems. Big data driven cyber physical systems have to deal with time-constrained

Autor:
Lichen Zhang

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Idea: Security Engineering Principles for Day Two Car2X Applications

Car2X communication based on IEEE 802.11p has been prepared over the last years by a tremendous collaborative effort of the automotive industry, researchers, and standardization bodies. At the European level ETSI has released a first set of standards

Autoren:
Sibylle Fröschle, Alexander Stühring

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Automated RF Emulator for a Highly Scalable IEEE802.11p Communication and Localization Subsystem

The IEEE802.11p standard describes a protocol for car-to-X and mainly for car-to-car-communication. In the research project Ko-TAG, which is part of the research initiative Ko-FAS, cooperative sensor technology is developed for the support of highly

Autoren:
Axel Sikora, Manuel Schappacher, Lars Möllendorf

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Attack Potential and Efficient Security Enhancement of Automotive Bus Networks Using Short MACs with Rapid Key Change

A number of successful attacks on automotive bus systems has been published recently. However, only a limited amount of detailed studies about attack surfaces as well as efficient security mechanisms have been proposed. Therefore, a general study of

Autor:
Sebastian Bittl

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

An Improved Relevance Estimation Function for Cooperative Awareness Messages in VANETs

According to the current status of European Vehicular Ad- Hoc Network (VANET) standardization, vehicles gather and process Cooperative Awareness Messages (CAMs) sent from their environment. The rate of CAMs received by each vehicle can be high, and d

Autoren:
Jakob Breu, Michael Menth

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

The B-Side of Side Channel Leakage: Control Flow Security in Embedded Systems

The security of an embedded system is often compromised when a “trusted” program is subverted to behave differently. Such as executing maliciously crafted code and/or skipping legitimate parts of a “trusted” program. Several countermeasures have been

Autoren:
Mehari Msgna, Konstantinos Markantonakis, Keith Mayes

2006 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

A System for Context-Dependent User Modeling

We present a system for learning and utilizing context-dependent user models. The user models attempt to capture the interests of a user and link the interests to the situation of the user. The models are used for making recommendations to applicatio

Autoren:
Petteri Nurmi, Alfons Salden, Sian Lun Lau, Jukka Suomela, Michael Sutterer, Jean Millerat, Miquel Martin, Eemil Lagerspetz, Remco Poortinga

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Photonic Technologies for the Automotive Industry

European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC) in cooperation with TEMATYS has conducted a study on utilisation of photonics in automotive applications. This paper describes in brief the main conclusions of this study related in particular to automoti

Autor:
Carlos Lee

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Industrie 4.0

Einer der zentralen Trends in der Wirtschaft des 21. Jahrhunderts besteht ganz sicher in der Revolutionierung der Fertigungsindustrie. Diese als vierte industrielle Revolution apostrophierte oder mit dem Schlagwort „Industrie 4.0“ bezeichnete Entwick

Autor:
Dr. Volker Brühl

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Elements of a European Roadmap on Smart Systems for Automated Driving

This chapter is summarizing key aspects of a research and development roadmap on smart systems technologies for automated driving which has been edited and published by the European Technology Platform on Smart Systems Integration (EPoSS) (European r

Autoren:
Gereon Meyer, Jadranka Dokic, Beate Müller

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

The impact of the introduction of DoIP and Ethernet for the development of electric vehicles – Use cases and benefits

In recent years, automotive development has been driven by major trends such as new powertrain concepts (e.g. for electric or hybrid vehicles), new exhaust systems (e.g. SCR emission treatment) and extended functionalities (e.g. start/stop systems, k

Autoren:
Thomas Kotschenreuther, A. Rupalla

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

PERSIST – A scalable software architecture for the control of diverse automotive hybrid topologies

Software development for modern powertrains requires the handling of increasing functional complexity at shorter development cycles and a high quality level. Hybrid vehicles are especially affected since multiple components and functions need to inte

Autoren:
Johannes Richenhagen, Hariharan Venkitachalam, Prof. Dr. Stefan Pischinger, Dr.-Ing. Axel Schloßer

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Individuelle Mobilitätsmuster – Was denken Experten und Nutzer?

Die vorangegangenen Kapitel haben einen umfassenden Einblick in unsere Mobilitätssysteme gegeben. Während der Homo Mobilicus ein theoretisches Konstrukt der effizienten Mobilität bleiben wird, spiegeln die aktuellen Statistiken in Kap. 3 unser t

Autoren:
Sven Henkel, Torsten Tomczak, Stefanie Henkel, Christian Hauner

2016 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

ICT in Green Freight Logistics

This chapter deals with the role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in promoting ecologically sustainable goods transportation, with a focus on Europe. After having introduced the need for acting ecologically sustainably and the partic

Autor:
Christiane Geiger

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Car-2-X

Heutzutage kommt der Vernetzung von Fahrzeugen untereinander sowie mit der Infrastruktur eine immer größere Bedeutung zu. Sie bildet die Basistechnologie für zukünftige kooperative intelligente Transportsysteme (C-ITS, „Cooperative Intelligent Transp

Autoren:
Dr.-Ing. Hendrik Fuchs, Dr.-Ing. Frank Hofmann, Dr.-Ing. Hans Löhr, Dr. rer. nat. Gunther Schaaf

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Gastkommentar

Zu den zentralen Herausforderungen der Gesellschaft gehört auch das Thema Mobilität. Mobilität ist in einer globalisierten Gesellschaft zu einem Mega-Trend geworden. Zu Recht fordert der neue Infrastrukturminister Alexander Dobrindt für Deutschland e

Autor:
Franz-Reinhard Habbel

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Zentrales Steuergerät für teilautomatisiertes Fahren

TRW hat ein zentrales Steuergerät entwickelt, das die Daten zahlreicher Fahrzeugsensoren zusammenführt und als Integrationsplattform für fortschrittliche Fahrerassistenzsysteme fungiert. Die Safety Domain ECU, kurz SDE, ebnet den Weg für teilautomati

Autoren:
Dr. Hans-Gerd Krekels, Ralf Loeffert

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Elektrifizierter Antriebsstrang – mehr Effizienz durch vorausschauendes Energiemanagement

Das AVL-Softwarepaket „upgrade-E“ ermöglicht die Vorausberechnung des zu erwartenden Geschwindigkeits-, Steigungs- und Antriebsleistungsprofils einer unbekannten Fahrstrecke. Die Entwicklungsplattform greift dafür größtenteils auf frei verfügbare Dat

Autoren:
Dr.-Ing. Armin Engstle, M. Sc. Andreas Zinkl, Dipl.-Ing. Anton Angermaier, Dr. Wolfgang Schelter

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Einleitung

Die drohende Erwärmung der Erdatmosphäre wird in vielen Medien diskutiert. Die Automobilindustrie muss ihren Beitrag durch eine Reduktion der CO2-Emissionen von Fahrzeugen liefern. Die Fahrzeughersteller (kurz: OEMs – Original Equipment Manufacturer)

Autoren:
Dr. Michael Paulweber, Prof. Dr. Klaus Lebert

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Grundlagen: Das Internet der Dinge

Es ist ein gewaltiges Netz, das sich da gerade aufbaut. Das Internet der Dinge (Internet of Things, IoT) wird in wenigen Jahren nach Schätzungen von Experten des IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), der internationalen Organisati

Autoren:
Volker P. Andelfinger, Till Hänisch

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Integrationsseminar: Ideen für neue Produkte und Dienstleistungen

Kommen wir nun zu einem weiteren wichtigen Grund, warum dieses Buch entstanden ist. Die Studierenden der Dualen Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, DHBW in Heidenheim, Studiengang Wirtschaftsinformatik, bekamen 2014 die Chance, sich für ein Integrationssem

Autoren:
Fabian Wildermuth, Michael Mayr, Patrick Lis, Kevin Köth, Sonja Bertsch, Daniel Eisele, Stefan Hauber, Nikolaus Ilg, Serkan Karatas, Dominik Peukert, Matthias Ritter, Garrit Walker, Matthias Graichen, Dominik Mai, Till Hänisch, Volker P. Andelfinger

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel Open Access

Einführungsszenarien für höhergradig automatisierte Straßenfahrzeuge

Nach wie vor gehören Verkehrsunfälle zum alltäglichen Straßenbild, und die Statistiken dokumentieren, dass es beispielsweise in den USA ca. 33.000 Todesopfer pro Jahr gibt [1]; in Deutschland sterben ca. 3300 Menschen pro Jahr im Straßenverkehr [2].

Erschienen in: Autonomes Fahren (2015)
Autor:
Sven A. Beiker

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel Open Access

Kommunikationsprobleme zwischen autonomen Fahrzeugen und menschlichen Fahrern

Häufig wird im Zusammenhang mit autonomen Landfahrzeugen der Luftverkehr als Beispiel herangezogen, bei dem – abgesehen von Start und Landung – der Autopilot die Steuerung übernimmt. Somit stellt sich die Frage: Was können wir aus dem Luftverkehr ler

Erschienen in: Autonomes Fahren (2015)
Autor:
Berthold Färber

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Auswertung der automobilen TGM mittels Fahrspuren

Im Folgenden wird die automobile Geschäftsmodellpatentlandschaft mittels sogenannter Fahrspuren weiter auf Ebene der automobilen Teilgeschäftsmodelle und auf Ebene der automobilen Geschäftsprozesspatente ausgewertet (siehe Abbildung 26).

Autor:
Helen Niemann

2015 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Systemstruktur und Aufbereitung des Testgebiets automobiles Geschäftsmodell

Die Patentierung von Geschäftsprozessen, vor allem in den USA, gewinnt immer weiter an Bedeutung. Ein Indikator hierfür ist die ständig steigende Anzahl an Geschäftsprozesspatentanmeldungen. Ende 2012 lagen bereits 84.441 Patentanmeldungen vor. Der g

Autor:
Helen Niemann

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Research into ADAS with autonomous driving intelligence for future innovation

This paper describes the “Autonomous Driving Intelligence System to Enhance Safe and Secured Traffic Society for Elderly Drivers” project which was adopted and started in 2010 as one of the technology innovation projects to vitalize “aged society”. T

Autor:
Prof. Masao Nagai

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Active rear axle kinematics – improving driving dynamics, safety and comfort

Cornering with more dynamism and agility, improved driving stability and safety at high speeds, as well as mastering parking and turning manoeuvres more easily: These are the benefits offered by the rear axle kinematics called Active Kinematics Contr

Autor:
Alexander Hägele

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Anwendung von Bussystemen und Protokollen

Moderne Kraftfahrzeuge sind rollende Rechner, die aus Dutzenden von elektronischen Steuergeräten bestehen, die über ein komplexes Computernetz miteinander Daten und Befehle austauschen. Sensoren liefern die notwendigen Informationen an die Software.

Autoren:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Zimmermann, Dr. Ralf Schmidgall

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Introduction

This chapter introduces concepts and trends related to the development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), which aid human drivers in collision avoidance. Some industrial developments and major functional blocks of ADAS are also introduced.

Autoren:
Jaeseok Kim, Hyunchul Shin

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Research and Innovation for Automated Driving in Germany and Europe

German and European vehicle manufacturers and automotive suppliers have been at the forefront of developing and commercializing advanced driver assistance systems in the past. They are thus well prepared to proceed towards increasing levels of road v

Autoren:
Gereon Meyer, Stefan Deix

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Technologietrends in der Fahrzeugtechnik – Dimensionen, Verläufe und Interaktionen

Aktuell kommt in der Automobilindustrie eine Vielzahl von Technologien zum Einsatz, die neue Funktionalitäten im Fahrzeug ermöglichen und zu zum Teil erheblichen Änderungen im Entwicklungs- und Produktionsprozess führen. Zur Einschätzung der Auswirku

Autoren:
Prof. Dr. Henning Wallentowitz, Dr. Jörg Leyers

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Verkehrssimulationssysteme

Dieses Kapitel beschreibt bestehende Verkehrssimulationssysteme. Abschnitt 4.1 ordnet die betrachteten Systeme in den wissenschaftlichen Kontext ein. In den Abschnitten 4.2 bis 4.8 werden etablierte Simulationssysteme besprochen. Die dargestellten Sy

Autor:
Dr. Jörg Dallmeyer

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Head-up-Display – Die nächste Generation mit Augmented-Reality-Technik

Die Technologie des Windschutzscheiben-Head-up-Displays hat inzwischen ein hohes Maß an Standardisierung erreicht. Auf dieser Erfahrungsbasis bereitet Continental aktuell die nächste Evolutionsstufe der ergonomisch günstigen Mensch-Maschine-Schnittst

Autoren:
Dr. Jochen Blume, Dr. Thorsten Alexander Kern, Dr. Pablo Richter

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Chiplösungen für Fahrerassistenzsysteme

Neue Fahrerassistenzsysteme stellen immer höhere Ansprüche an die Rechenleistung, Funktionalität und den Preis der im Steuergerät eingesetzten Bauteile. Nachdem diese Anforderungen in der Regel nicht durch kommerziell verfügbare Standardprodukte zu e

Autoren:
Philipp Hudelmaier, Dr. Karsten Schmidt

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

„Wir gehen unseren Weg“

Als einziger deutscher Automobilhersteller ist Daimler nicht der Allianz für Softwarestandardisierung Genivi beigetreten. Auch im Bereich Konnektivität, der Anbindung von Endgeräten und moderner Unterhaltungselektronik, bindet der OEM das Know-how im

Autor:
Markus Schöttle

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Erweiterung der Fahrzeug-zu-Fahrzeug-Kommunikation mit Funkortungstechniken

Würden beispielsweise besonders gefährdete Verkehrsteilnehmer wie Fußgänger oder Radfahrer einen Transponder tragen, der in einem Smartphone integriert sein kann, könnten sie geortet werden. Ein vernetztes Fahrerassistenzsystem könnte die Bewegungsab

Autor:
Dr.-Ing. Daniel Schwarz

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Das Vernetzte Auto – nur mit offenen Architekturen gelingt es

Der Begriff des „vernetzten Autos“ wird zusehend stärker geprägt, und die Automobilindustrie ist mittlerweile Stammgast auf Messen wie der Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas oder der Cebit in Hannover. Auffällig ist aber, dass mit dem Begri

Autor:
Hans-Georg Frischkorn

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Echtzeitfähige Car-to-X--Kommunikationsabsicherung und E/E-Architekturintegration

Der Austausch von Echtzeitinformationen über Verkehrs- und Straßenzustände, Informationen über Position und Bewegung von Verkehrsteilnehmern sowie kritische Verkehrssituationen vermittelt einzelnen Fahrzeugen ein detailliertes Bild von ihrer Umgebung

Autoren:
Dr. Ing. Benjamin Glas, Dr.-Ing. Oliver Sander, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus D. Müller-Glaser, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Becker

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Innovationen als Basis der nächsten Industrierevolution

Fünf technologische Innovationen, die sich unabhängig voneinander entwickelt haben, treten in Wechselwirkung und Resonanz und bilden die Basis für signifikante Veränderung: Wie betreiben Industrien Wertschöpfung (von der Entwicklung über die Produkti

Erschienen in: Industrie 4.0 (2013)
Autor:
Gerhard Baum

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Safety Measures for Avoiding or Mitigating the Occupant Exposure in Collisions with Large Animals

Road accidents involving large animals are responsible for a considerable number of fatalities; these are e.g. elk in Northern Europe or camels in Middle East, Horn of Africa and Maghreb. In order to address this topic, investigations concerning acti

Autoren:
Wolfgang Sinz, Heinz Hoschopf, Gregor Gstrein, Christian Ellersdorfer, Ernst Tomasch, Florian Feist, Stefan Kirschbichler, Hermann Steffan, Saied Mohamed H. Darwish

2014 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Evaluation of Real-Time Traffic Applications Based on Data Stream Mining

Traffic management today requires the analysis of a huge amount of data in real-time in order to provide current information about the traffic state or hazards to road users and traffic control authorities. Modern cars are equipped with several senso

Autoren:
Sandra Geisler, Christoph Quix

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Die richtigen Mitarbeiter durch Employer Branding finden

Mit einer starken Employer Brand können Unternehmen aus der Masse potentieller Arbeitgeber herausstechen und sich die Right Potentials für ihr Unternehmen sichern. Das gilt nicht nur für die Automobilhersteller, sondern im besonderen Maße auch für di

Autoren:
Prof. Dr. Franz-Rudolf Esch, Dipl. -Kfm. Johannes Hanisch, Dipl. -Kffr. Dominika Gawlowski

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Vision Zero: Technologies and Limitation

In order to meet the growing requirements on vehicle safety, additional safety systems are usually integrated that then fulfill a certain function. The function only becomes active in the defined use cases, since it could have a negative effect on th

Autoren:
Klaus Krumbiegel, Hadj Hamma Tadjine, Benedikt Schonlau, Robert Schwaiger

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Application Layer Security: Public Key Infrastructure

Despite all benefits the Car-to-X applications are contributing to active safety and traffic efficiency, the exchanged messages are highly vulnerable towards several possible attacks.Especially applications, such as Emergency Electronic Break Light (

Autor:
Hagen Stübing

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Conclusions and Perspectives

‘The age of privacy is over’ – this statement, assigned to Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facebook has received great amount of public attention. Though, it turned out later, that this statement has been slightly taken out of the context, ho

Autor:
Hagen Stübing

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Network Layer Security: Group Privacy Protocols

In this part of the thesis, a novel approach for obfuscating pseudonym changes based on dynamic cryptographic Mix Zones is presented. While geographical cells are used to establish a secret group key among all members, the group is maintained even wh

Autor:
Hagen Stübing

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Physical Layer Security: Secure Car-to-X Beamforming

From the previous parts of the theses, it can be already concluded that, with the exception of the Access Technologies, for every layer, security and privacy mechanisms have been found. Thus, to fully cover the ITS reference model as required by the

Autor:
Hagen Stübing

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Facility Layer Security: Mobility Data Verification

This part of the thesis is dedicated to message content verification in vehicular ad-hoc networks. In particular the focus is set on an evaluation of the trustworthiness of transmitted mobility data in terms of position, speed and heading. Mobility d

Autor:
Hagen Stübing

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Car-to-X Communication: System Architecture and Applications

Modern vehicles include a multitude of highly sophisticated technologies for providing active safety. Driver assistance systems like Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Active Braking, Night Vision or Pedestrian Recognition are only some examples, which a

Autor:
Hagen Stübing

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Introduction

Car-to-X communication is considered as a key technology towards enhancing road safety and traffic efficiency. The term Car-to-X (C2X) communication refers both to the Car-to- Car (C2C) communication defining information exchange among vehicles and t

Autor:
Hagen Stübing

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Methods to Prevent or Mitigate Accidents with Large Animals

Although accidents with animals represent a small portion in the official statistics, these accidents have an economic effect. The regulatory costs in Germany added up to an average of 370–464 million Euros annually in the years between 2000 and

Autoren:
Wolfgang Sinz, Heinz Hoschopf, Stefan Kirschbichler, Ernst Tomasch, Hermann Steffan, Saied Mohamed H. Darwish, Motaz Almodimigh

2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Die digitale Technologie treibt die Entwicklung moderner Städte

Grundlage für Smart Cities ist eine flächendeckende Verfügbarkeit von einer hochwertigen IP-Breitbandkommunikation. Unter „Breitband“ versteht man einen Internetzugang mit einer hohen Datenübertragungsrate. Der Begriff „Bandbreite“ wird überall dort

Autoren:
Michael Jaekel, Karsten Bronnert

2011 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Elektronische Systeme im Fahrwerk

Durch zukünftige aktive Fahrwerkregelsysteme ist eine Vielzahl an neuen Funktionen darstellbar, welche den Fahrer bei der Fahrzeugführung unterstützen können. In Bild 8-1 sind bekannte Funktionen dargestellt und gemäß ihrer Domänenzugehörigkeit und d

Erschienen in: Fahrwerkhandbuch (2011)
Autoren:
Bernd Heißing, Metin Ersoy, Stefan Gies

2010 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Galileo GNSS Based Mobility Services

Fleet managers more and more want to have a process oriented approach integrated into their fleet management applications. In most cases it is not enough anymore to know that a vehicle passed a trip from location A to B in a certain timeframe with a

Autor:
Rainer Uhle

2011 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

C

CAD, Abk. für → Computer Aided Design.

Autoren:
Prof. Dr. Klaus Bichler, Dr. Ralf Krohn, Peter Philippi

2010 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Simulative Analysis of Vehicle-to-X Communication considering Traffic Safety and Efficiency

Over the past several years, there has been significant interest and progress in using wireless communication technologies for vehicular environments in order to increase traffic safety and efficiency. Due to the fact that these systems are still und

Autoren:
O. Jetter, M. Killat, J. Mittag, F. Schmidt-Eisenlohr, J. Dinger, H. Hartenstein
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