Model-based Development of Position Feedback Systems Based on 3D Hall Sensors for Intelligent Headlamps 2008-01-0920
Feedback systems with robust and reliable position sensor systems are becoming increasingly important in complex mechatronic systems, e.g. intelligent headlamps. For this reason, innovative MEMS based magnet sensors, such as 3D Hall sensors in particular, seem predestined for such measuring tasks. In order to achieve a sufficiently precise estimation or evaluation of the suitability of Hall sensors at the concept preparation stage while minimizing effort, suitable system models are to be used to help systematically analyze the wide range of solution variants with computer support. This is explained in more detail in this paper.
Citation: Dolenec, S., Hanschmann, L., Köhler, U., Lorenz, T. et al., "Model-based Development of Position Feedback Systems Based on 3D Hall Sensors for Intelligent Headlamps," SAE Technical Paper 2008-01-0920, 2008, https://doi.org/10.4271/2008-01-0920. Download Citation
Sascha Dolenec, Lars Hanschmann, Ulrich Köhler, Thomas Lorenz, Joachim Waßmuth