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The Book “Vehicle Dynamics and Intelligent Systems”.
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17/09/14 23:53
The Book “Vehicle Dynamics and Intelligent Systems” (Editors: Yuri A. Vershinin and Mike Blundell);
The IET Series (The Institution of Engineering and Technology, UK), (http://www.theiet.org/.)
 
Vehicle dynamics has always been a critical component of vehicle active safety with current technology heavily reliant on electronics based systems that can intervene and assist drivers in vehicle control during critical situations. As the technology involved with Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) continues to advance the control of vehicle dynamics responses will increasingly involve not only information sensed and processes on the vehicle itself but also information from the surrounding infrastructure and traffic. These areas of ITS cover many aspects and we encourage papers that cover on-board vehicle models, the design and use of simulators to understand driver behavior, the modelling and use of vehicle dynamics control systems in accident avoidance, development and application of driver assistance systems, autonomous vehicles, modeling and optimization of transport networks, and the use of ITS in Proving Ground Work.
 
Papers are welcome on any of the following topics (but not limited to):
 
  • Vehicle dynamics;
  • Intelligent sensors;
  • Data-communication protocols;
  • Adaptive Cruise Control;
  • Human Machine Interface (HMI);
  • Driver assisted systems;
  • Automotive control systems;
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems;
  • Automotive telemetry and telematics;
  • Autonomous vehicles;
  • Security systems;
  • Safety systems;
  • Advances in automotive electronics;
  • Intelligent logistics; transportation networks;
  • Vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication;
  • Co-operative control and vehicles platooning.
 
It is planned that the book will be published in autumn of 2015.
 
Please send papers on the following email address:
o292j@gmx.com
 
To:
Yuri A. Vershinin,
Senior Lecturer,
Director of Intelligent Transport Systems and Vehicle Dynamics Applied Research Group;
Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering,
Coventry University,
UK