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2016-09-14
Technical Paper
2016-01-1875
jinghua guo
The studies of coordinated control method for autonomous electric vehicles face two major challenges such as: I) Autonomous electric vehicles have the properties of uncertain nonlinearities and strong coupling, the platoon control system should effectively overcome these characteristics. II) Over-actuated tire actuators are equipped with in the autonomous electric vehicles to improve the system reliability, and reconfigurablity, the platoon control system should real-time handle the redundancy of tire actuators. This paper presents a novel nonlinear coordinated control scheme aimed at the improvement of the automatic driving performance of multiple autonomous electric vehicles in a platoon. First, a nonlinear mathematic model which perfectly describes the dynamic behaviors of autonomous electric vehicles is deduced using Newton-Euler theorem.
2016-09-14
Technical Paper
2016-01-1894
Siyu Chen, Libo Huang, Jie Bai, Haitao Jiang, Liang Chang
Research objective: Intelligent vehicle can improve traffic safety and reduce damage caused by traffic accidents. Environmental perception system is the core of the intelligent vehicle which detects vehicles and pedestrians around the ego vehicle by using sensors. Environmental perception system with the multi-sensor information fusion algorithm can utilize the advantages of the individual sensors and detect the objects with higher probability and accuracy. Most of the published multi-sensor information fusion algorithms are based on the sensor level fusion architecture which is not stable in target tracking. This paper presents a multi-sensor fusion algorithm with central level architecture, which can improve the target tracking stability compare to the sensor level fusion architecture. Methodology:The fusion algorithm with central level architecture tracks the targets based on the targets’ distance, speed and angle measured by the individual sensors.
2016-07-15
Article
Known internally as UTSB, the ultra-thin seats were designed in-house by GM and are supplied by Magna Seating.
2016-07-15
Article
Mississippi State University's Car of the Future, a hybridized Subaru BRZ with advanced software and 3D-priinted innovations, gets an estimated triple-digit mpg while improving acceleration.
2016-07-10
Article
The second generation of Porsche's big sports sedan, now on VW's MSB architecture, is completely redeveloped. It boasts a raft of new technologies including 48-V electric anti-roll control and all new powertrains.
2016-07-10
Article
Volvo is using a blast of compressed air as a relatively simple solution to boost torque delivery of its new D5 diesel powering the V90 wagon.
2016-07-06
Video
Last week the U.S. Army and the state of Michigan began testing new technologies that will someday enable driverless operation of Army vehicles. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at TARDEC's first public-roads testing of Dedicated Short Range Communications. SAE Eye on Engineering also airs Monday mornings on WJR 760 AM Detroit's Paul W. Smith Show. Access archived episodes of SAE Eye on Engineering.
2016-07-05
Article
ZF leverages driver-assistance systems initially employed in the passenger car segment to make off-highway equipment more automated and safer to operate.
2016-06-28
Article
Daimler Trucks' Dr. Wilfried Achenbach, who is serving as chairman of the SAE 2016 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress, discusses a range of significant technology issues including automated driving, Phase 2 GHG regs, the Industrial Internet of Things, cybersecurity and plans for the SuperTruck.
2016-06-28
Article
Start of production for the plug-in hybrid Chrysler Pacifica minivan begins in late 2016, marking a milestone as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)'s first mass-produced PHEV.
2016-06-20
Article
Making extensive use of 3D printing techniques, the Vision Next 100 is Rolls-Royce's design and engineering teams' forward-reaching concept of super-luxury mobility over the next century.
2016-06-08
Article
One of the coolest new urban mobility solutions we've seen in a long time is the i-Road.
2016-06-05
Article
Komatsu America reveals four new machines that help demonstrate its vision of the "jobsite of the future."
2016-06-04
Article
The 6900XD Offroad MBT-40, dubbed the Multi-Body Transformer for its ability to quickly change from one fully functional in-cab-controlled body application to another, is the first XD Offroad series offering from Western Star and reportedly a new concept for off-road equipment markets.
2016-05-31
Article
Stanford engineering professor David Lentink plans to use a new wind tunnel to learn the magic of bird flight and apply it to building better aerial robots.
2016-05-31
Article
E-Jets E2s are based on the proven platform of the current-generation E190, but with more advanced technologies applied such as new aerodynamically advanced high-aspect ratio wings and geared turbofan engines from Pratt & Whitney.
2016-05-26
Article
This is the first in a series of ‘X-planes’ in NASA's New Aviation Horizons initiative, introduced in the agency’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget.
2016-05-24
Article
Mazda's new flagship SUV sheds significant weight with a high-strength steel intensive body structure, while introducing a new turbocharged 4-cylinder and improved interior.
2016-05-18
Event
2016-05-15
Article
With the first-generation Honda Ridgeline, buyers weren't ready for a unibody pickup with odd styling. For the 2017 model, the design is normal—and unibody refinement might be a concept whose time has come.
2016-05-14
Article
GKN's clever Twinster AWD overspeeds the rear wheels by 2%, enabling sharper turn-in and making controlled drifts easy to execute.
2016-05-14
Video
Dedicating herself to the auto-industry, Carla Bailo has been around cars for a long time. Throughout her career, Carla has strived to provide the safest and most efficient vehicular experience for the public. She has recently launched the Smart Mobility Initiative, working to analyze the usefulness of autonomous vehicals. She and her colleagues are using Columbus, Ohio as a test bed for smart mobility. Carla spends her time on stage discussing the purpose of smart mobility, the technology behind it, and the Smart City Challenge in Columbus. Carla Bailo is the Assistant Vice President of Mobility Research and Business Development at The Ohio State University. She is also the President and CEO of ECOS Consulting, LLC which specializes in Engineering Efficiency and Optimization as well as Electrification and Computer Operated (Autonomous) Vehicles. Bailo previously served as OEM business unit divisional general manager for Nissan Motor Company, Ltd in Japan.
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