Handbook of Driver Assistance Systems

Basic Information, Components and Systems for Active Safety and Comfort

  • Hermann Winner
  • Stephan Hakuli
  • Felix Lotz
  • Christina Singer
Reference work

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxv
  2. Fundamentals of Driver Assistance Development

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Bettina Abendroth, Ralph Bruder
      Pages 3-18
    3. Edmund Donges
      Pages 19-33
    4. Tom Michael Gasser, Andre Seeck, Bryant Walker Smith
      Pages 35-68
    5. Matthias Kühn, Lars Hannawald
      Pages 69-90
    6. Gert Weller, Bernhard Schlag
      Pages 91-107
    7. Ulf Wilhelm, Susanne Ebel, Alexander Weitzel
      Pages 109-131
    8. Simon Fürst, Stefan Bunzel
      Pages 133-155
  3. Virtual Development and Test Environment for DAS

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 157-157
    2. Stephan Hakuli, Markus Krug
      Pages 159-176
    3. Hans-Peter Schöner, Bernhard Morys
      Pages 177-198
    4. Guy Berg, Verena Nitsch, Berthold Färber
      Pages 199-210
  4. Test Methods

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 211-211
    2. Patrick Seiniger, Alexander Weitzel
      Pages 213-230
    3. Jörg Breuer, Christoph von Hugo, Stephan Mücke, Simon Tattersall
      Pages 231-248
    4. Norbert Fecher, Jens Hoffmann, Hermann Winner
      Pages 249-260
    5. Hans-Peter Schöner, Wolfgang Hurich
      Pages 261-276
  5. Sensors for DAS

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 277-277
    2. Matthias Mörbe
      Pages 279-302
    3. Martin Noll, Peter Rapps
      Pages 303-323
    4. Hermann Winner
      Pages 325-403
    5. Heinrich Gotzig, Georg Geduld
      Pages 405-430
    6. Martin Punke, Stefan Menzel, Boris Werthessen, Nicolaj Stache, Maximilian Höpfl
      Pages 431-460
    7. Christoph Stiller, Alexander Bachmann, Andreas Geiger
      Pages 461-493
    8. Stefan Gehrig, Uwe Franke
      Pages 495-524
    9. Bernt Schiele, Christian Wojek
      Pages 525-545
  6. Data Fusion and Environment Representation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 547-547
    2. Klaus C. J. Dietmayer, Stephan Reuter, Dominik Nuss
      Pages 567-603
    3. Nico Steinhardt, Stefan Leinen
      Pages 605-646
    4. Thomas Kleine-Besten, Ralph Behrens, Werner Pöchmüller, Andreas Engelsberg
      Pages 647-661
    5. Hendrik Fuchs, Frank Hofmann, Hans Löhr, Gunther Schaaf
      Pages 663-684
    6. Felix Klanner, Christian Ruhhammer
      Pages 685-700
  7. Actuation for DAS

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 701-701
    2. James Remfrey, Steffen Gruber, Norbert Ocvirk
      Pages 703-730
    3. Bernward Bayer, Axel Büse, Paul Linhoff, Bernd Piller, Peter E. Rieth, Stefan Schmitt et al.
      Pages 731-744
    4. Gerd Reimann, Peter Brenner, Hendrik Büring
      Pages 745-777
  8. Human-Machine-Interface for DAS

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 779-779
    2. Winfried König
      Pages 781-796
    3. Ralph Bruder, Muriel Didier
      Pages 797-811
    4. Klaus Bengler, Matthias Pfromm, Ralph Bruder
      Pages 813-828
    5. Peter M. Knoll
      Pages 829-856
    6. Norbert Fecher, Jens Hoffmann
      Pages 857-870
    7. Ingmar Langer, Bettina Abendroth, Ralph Bruder
      Pages 871-889
    8. Martin Liebner, Felix Klanner
      Pages 891-915
  9. DAS on Stabilisation Level

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 917-917
    2. Anton van Zanten, Friedrich Kost
      Pages 919-967
    3. Kai Schröter, Raphael Pleß, Patrick Seiniger
      Pages 969-1006

About this book


This fundamental work explains in detail systems for active safety and driver assistance, considering both their structure and their function. These include the well-known standard systems such as Anti-lock braking system (ABS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC) or Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). But it includes also new systems for protecting collisions protection, for changing the lane, or for convenient parking.
The book aims at giving a complete picture focusing on the entire system. First, it describes the components which are necessary for assistance systems, such as sensors, actuators, mechatronic subsystems, and control elements. Then, it explains key features for the user-friendly design of human-machine interfaces between driver and assistance system. Finally, important characteristic features of driver assistance systems for particular vehicles are presented: Systems for commercial vehicles and motorcycles.


Active Safety Adaptive Cruise Control ACC Anti-lock Braking System ABS Assisted Parking Collision Protection Electronic Stability Control ESC Lane Departure Prevention LDP Sensors for Surroundings

Editors and affiliations

  • Hermann Winner
    • 1
  • Stephan Hakuli
    • 2
  • Felix Lotz
    • 3
  • Christina Singer
    • 4
  1. 1.Institute of Automotive EngineeringTechnische Universität DarmstadtDarmstadtGermany
  2. 2.Continental Engineering Services GmbHFrankfurt am MainGermany
  3. 3.Continental AGFrankfurt am MainGermany
  4. 4.Institute of Automotive EngineeringTechnische Universität DarmstadtDarmstadtGermany

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