Which speed detection device uses electromagnetic radiation?

Electrics / electronics / software

Vieweg Handbook Automotive Technology pp 833-984 | Cite as

  • Roland Lachmayer
  • Bernd Kunkel
  • Thomas Scharnhorst
  • Gabriel Schwab
  • Ludwig Brabetz
  • Jürgen Leohold
  • Dirk Dudenbostel
  • Klaus Schneider
  • Thomas Volk
  • Wolfgang Pfaff
  • Heinz-Bernhard Abel
  • Heinrich-Jochen Blume
  • Gerhard Heyen
  • Markus Kreye
  • Guido Schneider
  • Peter Knoll
  • Günther Kasties
  • Karsten Lemmer
  • Manfred Broy
  • Jörg Helbig
  • Lothar Ganzelmeier
  • 1Citations
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Summary

Increasing requirements in terms of safety, environmental protection and comfort have led to a sharp increase in vehicle functions in recent years. The main drivers for this were stricter emissions and safety regulations; In recent years, complex infotainment and assistance systems have been added that could only be implemented through the interaction of several control units. Their intuitive operation and personalization of the functions required a cross-system human-machine interface (HMI - Human Machine Interfaces). Due to the massive increase in the number of electrical consumers, the energy requirement also increased significantly, so that a balanced energy budget had to be ensured via electronic energy management systems.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roland Lachmayer
  • Bernd Kunkel
  • Thomas Scharnhorst
  • Gabriel Schwab
  • Ludwig Brabetz
  • Jürgen Leohold
  • Dirk Dudenbostel
  • Klaus Schneider
  • Thomas Volk
  • Wolfgang Pfaff
  • Heinz-Bernhard Abel
  • Heinrich-Jochen Blume
  • Gerhard Heyen
  • Markus Kreye
  • Guido Schneider
  • Peter Knoll
  • Günther Kasties
  • Karsten Lemmer
  • Manfred Broy
  • Jörg Helbig
  • Lothar Ganzelmeier
  1. 1.Institute for product development and device construction, Hanover, Germany
  2. 2.WiTech-Engineering GmbH partnerBraunschweigGermany
  3. 3.FB 16: Electrical Engineering / Computer Science, FG FSG: Vehicle Systems and Basics of Electrical Engineering, University of Kassel-Kassel, Germany
  4. 4.FB 16: Electrical Engineering / Computer Science, FG FSG: Vehicle Systems and Basics of Electrical Engineering, University of Kassel-Kassel, Germany
  5. 5.I IC RD G HW AIS, Continental, Interior DivisionHW ArchitectWetzlarGermany
  6. 6.GS/EDK 1Robert Bosch GmbHStuttgartGermany
  7. 7th Business Unit Instrumentation & Driver HMIID S2 AD DContinental Automotive GmbHBabenhausenGermany
  8. 8. Business Unit Instrumentation & Driver HMIID S2 AD DContinental Automotive GmbHBabenhausenGermany
  9. 9.Visteon European Corporate Office and Innovation Center, Climate Control Systems, Global PLT Product Manager, Controls SubsystemVisteon Deutschland GmbHKerpenGermany
  10. 10.Braunschweig, Germany
  11. 11. Ettlingen, Germany
  12. 12. Company OECONBraunschweigGermany
  13. 13. Institute for Traffic Management and Vehicle Control, German Aerospace Center, Braunschweig, Germany
  14. 14.Institute for Computer Science at the Technical University of MunichTU MunichGarchingGermany
  15. 15.VEHICO GmbHBraunschweigGermany
  16. 16.VEHICO GmbHBraunschweigGermany