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2011-01-0552
Characteristics of Elderly Driver's Driving Behavior and Cognition under Unexpected Event Using Driving Simulator
 
2011-01-0555
Connecting the J287 Reach Curves with Usability Research
 
2011-01-0554
Development of HMI and Telematics Systems for a Reliable and Attractive Electric Vehicle
 
2011-01-0550
Driver Acceptance and Use of a Speed Limit and Curve Advisor
 
2011-01-0553
Experimental Study of EV-DO Performance in Telematics Applications
 
2011-01-0549
Factors Moderating the Effectiveness of Rear Vision Systems: What Performance-Shaping Factors Contribute to Drivers' Detection and Response to Unexpected In-Path Obstacles When Backing?
 
2011-01-0551
Normal Pedal Activation in Real World Situations
 
2010-01-1039
A Driving Simulator HMI Study Comparing a Steering Wheel Mounted Display to HUD, Instrument Panel and Center Stack Displays for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Warnings
 
2010-01-1037
General Motors Driving Simulator and Applications to Human Machine Interface (HMI) Development
 
2010-01-1036
On-Road Comparison of Driving Performance Measures When Using Handheld and Voice-Control Interfaces for Mobile Phones and Portable Music Players
V119-6  
2009-01-0782
Can We Design Cars That Prevent Alcohol-Related Collisions?
V118-6  
2009-01-0786
Driver Workload Effects of Cell Phone, Music Player, and Text Messaging Tasks with the Ford SYNC Voice Interface versus Handheld Visual-Manual Interfaces
 
2009-01-0784
Driver’s Attitudes Toward the Safety of In-Vehicle Navigation Systems
 
2009-01-0781
Extension of the Honda-DRI “Safety Impact Methodology” (SIM) for the NHTSA Advanced Crash Avoidance Technology (ACAT) Program and Application to a Prototype Advanced Collision Mitigation Braking System
V118-6  
2009-01-0779
International Product User Research: Concurrent Studies Comparing Touch Screen Feedback in Europe and North America
 
2009-01-0785
Modeling of Expert Driver’s Braking Behavior and Its Application to an Automatic Braking System
 
2009-01-0780
Successive Categorization of Perceived Urgency in Dynamic Driving Situations
 
2008-21-0036
3M Customer Inspired Innovation
 
2008-21-0045
A Stand-Alone Charging Management System to Improve Fuel Economy, Based on an Algorithm of Estimating Vehicle Motion
 
2008-21-0032
A Strategy to Partition Crash Data to Define Active-Safety Sensors and Product Solutions
 
2008-21-0019
AUTOSAR on the Road
 
2008-21-0043
Adaptation of a “Virtual Prototype” for Systems and Verification Engineering Development
 
2008-21-0031
Advanced Driver Assist System: Its Challenges and Solutions from the Customer's Point of View
 
2008-21-0014
Advanced Engine and Transmission Management: Key Levers to Bring Down CO2 Emissions Now
 
2008-21-0050
An Environmentally Aware Auto - Teaching the Car About the World Around It
 
2008-21-0042
Combining Automotive System and Function Models to Support Code Generation and Early System Verification
 
2008-21-0039
Competitive Opportunity Management
 
2008-21-0006
Connecting Vehicles in the Social Domain: Web 2.0 in the Vehicle
 
2008-21-0047
Contribution of the Air Conditioning System to Reduced Power Consumption in Cars
 
2008-21-0015
Controller for Rapid Development of Advanced Mode Combustion Algorithms using Cylinder Pressure Feedback
 
2008-21-0049
Direct Conversion of Heat to Electricity
 
2008-21-0002
Driver Interface/HMI Standards to Minimize Driver Distraction/Overload
 
2008-21-0020
Economically Driven Embedded Controls Development Tool Choices Supported by ASAM Standards
 
2008-21-0017
Efficient Batteries for Transportation Applications
 
2008-21-0013
Electrifying Our Way to Fuel Economy: Regulatory Perspectives on Hybrid Vehicles
 
2008-21-0007
Emerging US Location Based Wireless Services, Infrastructure, Vehicle Connectivity, Vehicle Architecture and Challenges:
 
2008-21-0027
Environmentally-friendly Plastics for Automotive Industry
 
2008-21-0040
Framework to Aid Process Maturity Model Definition for Product Development in Global Environment
 
2008-21-0046
Improved Fuel Consumption through Steering Assist with Power on Demand
 
2008-21-0003
JAMA Guideline for In-Vehicle Display Systems
 
2008-21-0011
Launch of ITS in Yokohama, Japan- Progress of an ITS Field Operational Test for Traffic Safety and Congestion -
 
2008-21-0028
Lean, Light and Quiet: Advances in Automotive Energy Efficiency through Biomimetic Design
 
2008-21-0048
Low Energy Automotive Lighting
 
2008-21-0023
Making FlexRay a Reality in a Premium Car
 
2008-21-0033
Model-Based Design for Safety-Related Applications
 
2008-21-0030
Motor Vehicle Safety in the Global Environment
 
2008-21-0044
PLM Promotes a Smart Outsourcing Model that Balances Cost with Intellectual Property Protection
 
2008-21-0035
Potential Methods for Implementing Unmanned Agricultural Vehicles
 
2008-21-0012
Powertrain Regional Challenges and Solutions
 
2008-21-0025
Product Policy for Eco-Conscious Design and Its Applications in Automotive Products
 
2008-21-0005
Safe and Pleasurable Human Machine Interfaces for Automobile
 
2008-21-0021
Security and Protection Aspects of Automotive Architectures for External Influences
 
2008-21-0022
Standards for Electric/Electronic Components and Architectures
 
2008-21-0016
Study of Suitability of Hybrid Architectures for Different Market Requirements
 
2008-21-0034
Telematics – The Essential Cornerstone of Global Vehicle and Traffic Safety
 
2008-21-0008
The Connected Vehicle Proving Center: A Collaborative, Architecture-Neutral Development Environment
 
2008-21-0018
The Need for Safety-Related Software Development Standards
 
2008-21-0001
The Relative Risks of Secondary Task Induced Driver Distraction
 
2008-21-0041
To Test the Need and the Need to Test -Testing the Smart Controller Network for the Chassis of Tomorrow -
 
2008-21-0037
Understanding Consumer Needs: The Enduring Legacy of Konosuke Matsushita
 
2008-21-0004
User-centered Human-Machine-Interaction (HMI) Design for Automotive Systems
 
2008-21-0009
Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) Update
 
2008-21-0010
Wireless-enabled Safety Services in California: VII California, Intersection Safety and Other Emerging Innovations
 
2008-21-0026
Wood-to-Wheels: A Multidisciplinary Research Initiative in Sustainable Transportation Utilizing Fuels and Co-Products from Forest Resources
 
2008-21-0029
“Remanufacturing”: The Sustainable Service Solution for Past Model Automotive Electronics Support
 
2008-21-0038
“Targeting Consumer Needs in the Perfect Storm: Changing the Automotive Lifestyle”
 
2008-01-2651
5.9 GHz DSRC Standards Overview and Status
V117-2  
2008-01-2650
Overview and Use of SAE J2735 Message Sets for Commercial Vehicles
 
2008-01-2649
Overview of Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) Applications
 
2008-01-2652
VII Applications & Connected Navigation
 
2008-01-0560
Application of Scheduling Methods in Designing Multimodal In-Vehicle Systems
V117-7  
2008-01-0561
Characterization of the Lateral Control Performance by Human Drivers on Highways
V117-6  
2008-01-0562
Comparison of Driver Behavior and Performance in Two Driving Simulators
 
2008-01-0559
Evaluation of a New In-vehicle HMI System Composed of Steering Wheel Switch and Head-Up Display - Comparison with a center-cluster panel when the number of switch pushes is the same for each HMI -
 
2008-01-0565
Improvement of Ease of Viewing Images on an In-vehicle Display and Reduction of Carsickness
 
2008-01-0564
Road Rage and High Performance Cars
 
2008-01-0563
The Aesthetic Analysis of Sporty Design Factors in a Sports Car
 
2006-21-0014
100 Million Smart Assistants on Wheels…
 
2006-21-0013
A Reference Architecture for Infotainment Systems
 
2006-21-0017
A Shift from Providing to Enabling In-car Infotainment in the Future
 
2006-21-0044
AUTOSAR Safety Approach
 
2006-21-0019
Achievements and Exploitation of the AUTOSAR Development Partnership
 
2006-21-0007
Advanced Safety Technology for Children and Young Adults: Trends and Future Challenges
 
2006-21-0015
An Open Telematics Development Framework: Universal and Affordable: How To Make It Happen
 
2006-21-0067
Automotive Infotainment Trends & Opportunities Driven By Integrated Media Content Availability
 
2006-21-0037
Bridging the Commercial Aircraft Connectivity Gap
 
2006-21-0092
Building Engineering in China
 
2006-21-0016
Building Secure, Survivable Infotainment and Telematics Systems
 
2006-21-0041
Design Tool and Software Platform for Time-Triggered Network Systems
 
2006-21-0034
Digital Connectivity Trends for In-vehicle Infotainment Systems
 
2006-21-0071
Digital Maps: The Next Generation
 
2006-21-0028
Driver Status and Implications for Crash Safety
 
2006-21-0033
Enablers for Safe Night-time Driving
 
2006-21-0055
Enhanced Infotainment User Experience Through Diversified/Expanded Content
 
2006-21-0053
Enhancing the VUE™ (Voice-User-Experience) Through Conversational Speech
 
2006-21-0039
FlexRay - Exploitation of a Standard and Future Prospects
 
2006-21-0022
FlexRay - From Principles to Products
 
2006-21-0040
Flexray - A Standard Becomes Reality: First Experiences with the Implementation of Real Network Architectures
 
2006-21-0086
Global Research and Development: GM Case Study India
 
2006-21-0054
Hybrid Navigation
 
2006-21-0052
Intelligent Navigation for Music and Media from Multiple Sources
 
2006-21-0011
International Vehicle Crash Regulations and Potential for Harmonization
 
2006-21-0072
Location, Diagnostics, and Commercial Transactions – Content Services for Business
 
2006-21-0093
Manufacturing Challenges & Opportunities In Emerging Markets
 
2006-21-0043
Merging Model Based System Design With Flexray
 
2006-21-0069
Mobile Media Revolutionising European Radio Habits
 
2006-21-0008
New Demands from an Older Population: An Integrated Approach to Defining the Future of Older Driver Safety
 
2006-21-0036
New Platform for High Quality Satellite TV Reception and Data Connectivity in Moving Vehicles
 
2006-21-0029
Next-Generation Technologies for Safety
 
2006-21-0021
OSEK: A Standard in the fields
 
2006-21-0085
Organizational Transformation in Response to Shifting Global Demands
 
2006-21-0009
Re-Inventing Safety: Do Technologies Offer Opportunities for Meeting Future Safety Needs?
 
2006-21-0050
Shaping the Future of the Automotive User Experience: Design-for-Experience & the Last-Inch Problem
 
2006-21-0020
Significance of Electronics Platforms and the Motivation for JasPar
 
2006-21-0010
Smart Vehicles, Safety, and Auto Insurance
 
2006-21-0018
Standards Development in the New Vehicle Communications Environment
 
2006-21-0032
Surround Sensors - Enablers for Predictive Safety Systems
 
2006-21-0031
The FlexRay Communication Protocol and Some Implications for Future Applications
 
2006-21-0035
The Intelligent Cockpit - Design Meets Digital Information
 
2006-21-0012
The Needs for Advanced Safety Electronics from a Tier 1 Perspective
 
2006-21-0042
Time-Triggered Architecture Based on FlexRay: Roadmap from High-Speed Data Networking to Safety-Relevant Automotive Applications
 
2006-21-0088
Towards a Converged Telematics Services Architecture Opportunities & Challenges
 
2006-21-0051
User Expectations in the Digital Environment: “In-Car” vs. “Out-of-Car” - Does It Really Matter?”
 
2006-21-0068
XM Satellite Radio Technology & Content Evolution
 
2006-21-0070
“HD Radio™: Efficient Infotainment and Telematics Delivery Method, Meeting the Need to Deliver Unique Local Content”
 
2006-21-0030
“Wireless Communications for Vehicle Safety:Radio Link Performance & Wireless Connectivity Methods”
 
2004-21-0005
AM & FM's Digital Conversion: How HD Radio™ Will Spur Innovative Telematics Services for the Automotive Industry
 
2004-21-0004
Delivering Multimedia Content to Automobiles Using Wireless LANs
 
2004-21-0032
Digital Mobility Via Convergence of Consumer and Vehicular Application Data Spaces
 
2004-21-0035
Entertainment: The Killer Application of Consumer Electronics in Vehicles
 
2004-21-0001
Evolution of the Car Radio: From Vacuum Tubes to Satellite and Beyond
 
2004-21-0031
First Standardized, Cost-Effective, Entry-Level Telematics Solution by FIAT Auto and Microsoft
 
2004-21-0002
Future Trends in the Rear-Seat Entertainment System Market
 
2004-21-0006
Lessons Learned from the Marketing of Satellite TV Applied to Satellite Radio
 
2004-21-0034
Plug and Play Personal Telematics
 
2004-21-0003
Three Dimensional Acoustic Entertainment
 
2004-21-0033
“Windows Mobile for Automotive”: A Platform for Smart Telematics Systems
 

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