Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications 2010

Smart Systems for Green Cars and Safe Mobility

  • Gereon Meyer
  • Jürgen Valldorf
Conference proceedings

Part of the VDI-Buch book series (VDI-BUCH)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIV
  2. Electrified Vehicles

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Marco Ottella, Pietro Perlo, Ovidiu Vermesan, Reiner John, Kees Gehrels, Harald Gall et al.
      Pages 3-12
    3. Emilio Larrodé, Jesús Gallego, Sara Sánchez
      Pages 21-28
    4. Federico Cheli, Davide Tarsitano, Ferdinando Mapelli
      Pages 29-38
    5. Federico Cheli, Ferdinando Mapelli, Roberto Viganò, Davide Tarsitano
      Pages 39-49
    6. Ludwig Brabetz, Mohamed Ayeb, Dirk Tellmann, Jiayi Wang
      Pages 51-60
    7. Philipp Bouteiller, Peter Conradi
      Pages 61-68
    8. Fabian Schueppel, Stefanie Marker, Paul Waldowski, Volker Schindler
      Pages 69-78
    9. Esteban Cañibano, J. Romo, M.-I. González, L. De Prada, S. Benito, A. Pisonero
      Pages 79-86
  3. Power Train Efficiency

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 87-87
    2. Carloandrea Malvicino, Seccardini Riccardo
      Pages 109-119
    3. Sergio M. Savaresi, Vincenzo Manzoni, Andrea Corti, Pietro De Luca
      Pages 121-129
  4. Safety

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 131-131
    2. Christina Gackstatter, Patrick Heinemann, Sven Thomas, Gudrun Klinker
      Pages 133-143
    3. Jürgen Kogler, Christoph Sulzbachner, Erwin Schoitsch, Wilfried Kubinger, Martin Litzenberger
      Pages 155-164
    4. Martin Roehder, Sean Humphrey, Björn Giesler, Karsten Berns
      Pages 165-175
    5. Roberto Montanari, Andrea Spadoni, Marco Pieve, Maurizio Terenziani, Sara Granelli
      Pages 177-188
    6. Andreas Tewes, Matthias Nerling, Harry Henckel
      Pages 189-198
    7. Olivier Aycard, Trung-Dung Vu, Qadeer Baig
      Pages 199-210
    8. Robin Schubert, Eric Richter, Norman Mattern, Philipp Lindner, Gerd Wanielik
      Pages 211-219
  5. Intersection Safety

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 221-221
    2. Bernd Roessler, Daniel Westhoff
      Pages 223-232
    3. Malte Ahrholdt, Grant Grubb, Erik Agardt
      Pages 233-240
    4. Jörn Knaup, Simon Herrmann, Marc-Michael Meinecke, Marian Andrzej Obojski
      Pages 241-251
    5. Sergiu Nedevschi, Tiberiu Marita, Radu Danescu, Florin Oniga, Silviu Bota, Istvan Haller et al.
      Pages 253-264
    6. Matti Kutila, Pasi Pyykönen, Jussi Yliaho, Bernd Rössler
      Pages 265-275
  6. Components

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 277-277
    2. Stefan Guenthner, Bernhard Schmid, Alexander Kolbe
      Pages 279-288
    3. Dat Tien Nguyen, Jack Singh, Hai Phuong Le, Ben Soh
      Pages 297-309
    4. Jiabin Wang, Weiya Wang, Simon Tuplin, Matthew Best
      Pages 311-323
    5. Andrew Glascott-Jones, Philippe Kuntz, Thierry Masson, P. A. Pinconcely, B. Diasparra, A. Tatat et al.
      Pages 325-335
    6. Richard Dixon, Jérémie Bouchaud
      Pages 357-363
  7. Traffic Management

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 365-365
    2. Dan Marinescu, Mélanie Bouroche, Vinny Cahill
      Pages 367-376
    3. Saverio Gini, Giorgio Ambrosino, Paolo Frosini, Fabio Schoen, Heribert Kirschfink
      Pages 387-398
    4. Daniel Krajzewicz, Robbin J. Blokpoel, Fabio Cartolano, Pasquale Cataldi, Ainara Gonzalez, Oscar Lazaro et al.
      Pages 399-410
    5. Thomas Benz, Ralf Kernchen, Moritz Killat, Andreas Richter, Björn Schünemann
      Pages 411-421
    6. Marcus Konrad, Klaus Dietmayer
      Pages 433-442
    7. Rainer Uhle
      Pages 443-452
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 453-466

About these proceedings


The automobile of the future has to meet two primary requirements: the super-efficient use of energy and power and the ultra-safe transportation of people and goods Both features are increasingly enabled by smart, adaptive and context aware information and communication technologies (ICT), electrical or electronic components and systems rather than solely by the mechanical means of classic automotive engineering. The most advanced example of this trend is the electrified vehicle combining a full electric powertrain with completely electronic controls like smart power and energy managers, steer-by-wire technologies and intelligent networking capabilities. It has been the mission of the International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications (AMAA) for more than twelve years now to detect paradigm shifts and to discuss their technological implications at an early stage. Therefore, the topic of the AMAA 2010 is “Smart Systems for Green Cars and Safe Mobility”. This book contains peer-reviewed conference papers presented at the conference by experts of major companies and leading academic institutions. They report on ongoing research and novel developments in the field of ICT, components and systems enabling the automobile and road transport of the future. A particular focus is on basic technologies and advanced applications of electrified and electric vehicles, road and passenger safety, driver assistance, traffic management and powertrain efficiency. Due to this broad coverage of topics related to sustainability of the automobile both the AMAA event and this book serve the spreading of knowledge generated in the framework of the European Green Cars Initiative. Additional information is available on


Advanced Driver Assistance System Automobil Batterie Motor Sensor automotive engineering communication control design development microsystems navigation safety simulation traffic

Editors and affiliations

  • Gereon Meyer
    • 1
  • Jürgen Valldorf
    • 2
  1. 1.VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbHBerlinGermany
  2. 2.VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbHBerlinGermany

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Engineering
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-12647-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-16362-3
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