An Overview of Electronic Intelligence in Future Commercial Vehicle Generations 933004
The consequent means towards improved enhancement of the safety of commercial vehicles will in future times require more and more electronic intelligence, in case a distinct optimization of the systems will not be possible with conventional means. In forefront, endeavours are aimed at the improvements of the functions of the system in regard to driving safety, as well as driver stress relief at lowest possible costs, in order to increase the total cost effectiveness of commercial vehicles.
Starting with currently implemented electronic systems up to systems now under development, a continuous development of standalone electronics up to integrated electronic compounding is the current trend. This trend shows advantages of reduced wiring and the number of sensors while it increases the function at the same time. Only the compounding of integrated vehicle electronic systems with intelligent road traffic- and goods transport management systems will satisfy economical- and environment political problems in a satisfactory manner.
Citation: Göhring, E., von Glasner, E., Hainbuch, C., and Povel, R., "An Overview of Electronic Intelligence in Future Commercial Vehicle Generations," SAE Technical Paper 933004, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/933004. Download Citation
Ernst Göhring, Egon-Christian von Glasner, Claus-Michael Hainbuch, Rolf Povel
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