REM 2030 Konferenzbeiträge

Die Projektergebnisse werden und wurden auf den wichtigsten nationalen und internationalen Konferenzen vorgestellt. Anbei finden Sie eine Auswahl an Vorträgen.

  • Situation Prediction And Reaction Control (SPARC) (1444 KB)

    M. Ruf, J. R. Ziehn, B. Rosenhahn, J. Beyerer, D. Willersinn H. Gotzig

  • Evaluation of an Analytic Model for Car Dynamics (2410 KB)

    M. Ruf, J. R. Ziehn, D. Willersinn, B. Rosenhahn, J. Beyerer and H. Gotzig This paper presents and evaluates a differential geometric model for single and double track vehicles, which allows to estimate internal state parameters (steering angles, velocities, wheel speeds, ...) from a given planar trajectory over time. Possible applications include accident reconstruction from video footage, constraining trajectory optimization by physical limits, and extracting control parameters a-priori from trajectories, for use in open-loop (non-feedback) controllers for short intervals. The model is easy to compute, yet the evaluation with IPG CarMaker suggests a good level of accuracy.

  • A Continuous Approach to Autonomous Driving (3102 KB)

    M. Ruf, J. R. Ziehn, D. Willersinn, B. Rosenhahn, J. Beyerer, H. Gotzig In this paper we discuss the application of the Situation Prediction and Reaction Control (SPARC) concept for fully automated driving, using variational trajectory optimization to avoid static and dynamic obstacles in a real urban traffic situation.

  • Safety assessment of windshield washing technologies (1209 KB)

    Dieter Willersinn, Daniel Manger, Bastian Erdnüß, Gilles Petitet, Dietmar Baumgärtner, Frédéric Giraud Wet flatblade windshield washing systems avoid the visual disturbance that conventional systems generate. In order to find out whether this translates into a significant safety gain, we carried out a usability study based on driver reaction time and workload measurements. In a balanced trial, reaction times were measured during real driving through the most relevant accident scenario involving pedestrians. The test cohort comprised 204 subjects who form a representative sample of German driving license holders. The average reaction time gain is 315 ms for pedestrian detection and 270 ms for the recognition of critical traffic situations.

  • FAMILIEN IN STÄDTEN: IHRE TÄGLICHE (AUTO-)MOBILITÄT UND WAHRNEHMUNG VON ELEKTROMOBILITÄT (2079 KB)

    Presentation by Uta Schneider on "4. Pegasus-Jahrestagung", Frankfurt

  • ALLTAGSMOBILITÄT UND WAHRNEHMUNG NEUER MOBILITÄTSFORMEN: DIE LEITBILDANALYSE AM BEISPIEL VON FAMILIEN (1682 KB)

    Presentation by Uta Schneider on the Workshop Mobilitätsbiografien & Mobilitätssozialisation, Dortmund.

  • Innovative Ansätze und Lösungen für den urbanen Verkehr (1016 KB)

    Presentation by Dr. Lars Berg on the 3. Symposium Elektromobilität, Ostfildern/Stuttgart. Authors: Dr. Lars Berg, Markus Schiefer, Katharina Bause, Torben Fischer, Felix Hildenbrand

  • FUTURE TRENDS OF THE AUTOMOTIVE LI - ION BATTERY SUPPLY CHAIN IN GERMANY (699 KB)

    Presentation by Tim Hettesheimer and Christian Lerch at the 31st International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, Cambridge.

  • THE POTENTIAL OF ELECTRIC AND NON-ELECTRIC BICYCLES TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND EMISSIONS IN PRIVATE TRANSPORT (1347 KB)

    Presentation by Simon Funke and Patrick Plötz on the conference "ECEEE Summer Study 2013" in Toulon France.

  • WHAT IF THE CAR WAS ELECTRIC? (752 KB)

    Presentation by Uta Schneider on Behave Energy Conference University of Oxford, 3 September 2014

 


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