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Published in: ATZheavy duty worldwide 2/2021

01-06-2021 | Cover Story

Commercial Road Vehicles

Electrification and Automation

Author: Andreas Fuchs

Published in: ATZheavy duty worldwide | Issue 2/2021

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The levels of both electrification and automation in on-road commercial vehicles are continuously increasing. Electrification is being driven by legal requirements for the reduction of CO 2. Automation, on the other hand, originates from the desire of many customers for more comfort. As from level 4, according to SAE J3016 (high automation), vehicles are to drive autonomously for as long as the human does not intervene. This level of automation has the advantage that long-haul drivers can then work on other tasks such as planning the next routes. …
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Title
Commercial Road Vehicles
Electrification and Automation
Author
Andreas Fuchs
Publication date
01-06-2021
Publisher
Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
Published in
ATZheavy duty worldwide / Issue 2/2021
Electronic ISSN: 2524-8774
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s41321-021-0428-0

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