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Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2004
Original Title Advanced microsystems for automotive applications 2004
Author Gessner, Wolfgang, Valldorf, V
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Topics Automotive computers, Programmable controllers, Automation, Kongress, Kongreß, Kraftfahrzeugbau, Mikrosystemtechnik
Publisher Berlin , New York : Springer
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Language English
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Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications 2004Author: Dr. Jürgen Valldorf, Dr. Wolfgang Gessner Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-20586-9 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-76989-7Table of Contents:Bridging the Gap Between Technology Development and Market Implementation for Vehicle Safety Systems
Monolithic Accelerometer for 3D Measurements
Highly Integrated Tire Pressure Monitoring Solutions
Low-Cost, Single-Chip Amplified Pressure Sensor in a Moulded Package for Tire Pressure Measurement and Motor Management
Rollover Detection Systems
Low-Cost Infrared Imaging Sensors for Automotive Applications
Application of Micro Scanning Laser Doppler Vibrometer for Vibrational Velocity and Resonance Frequency Measurement on Micro Electro Mechanical Devices (MEMS)
Mobile Vision — Developing and Testing of Visual Sensors for Driver Assistance Systems
Silicon Capacitive Absolute Pressure Sensor Elements for Battery-less and Low Power Tire Pressure Monitoring
Automotive Applications for the ALASCA Laser Scanner
Sensor Fusion for Multiple Automotive Active Safety and Comfort Applications
Dealing with Uncertainty in Automotive Collision Avoidance
Paroto Project: Infrared and Radar Data Fusion for Obstacle Avoidance
From Passive to Active Safety Systems
A Low-g 3 Axis Accelerometer for Emerging Automotive Applications
Autonomous Sensor Systems for Car Applications
European on Board Diagnostic Catalyst Efficiency Measured on Board and on Test Bench
Multifunctional Sensor to Detect Environmental Parameters
Windshield Fogging Prevention by Means of Mean Radiant Temperature Sensor
Sensor Integration in the Mechatronic EnvironmentInternat. conference proceedingsState of the art reportMicrosystems applications in automobiles have become commonplace: they enable the introduction of a series of new functions and at the same time the replacement of existing technologies offering improved performance and better value for moneyIncludes bibliographical references
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