Electronics and Computer Engineering

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Integrated course, 3.00 ECTS

 

Course content

- Advanced sensors (LIDAR, GPS, RGB-D cameras, gestures)
- Image processing
- Signal reliability and safety aspects
- Sensor fusion
- Advanced control algorithms (adaptive cruise control, emergency stop,
lane detection and lane keeping)
- Integration concepts and case studies

Learning outcomes

Graduates
- are familiar with current topics of automotive engineering
- understand the interactions in modern automotive electronics
(control units, communication networks, control of key electric actuators)
- are familiar with current topics of autonomous driving

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools

Books:
- Bosch. Automotive Handbook
- Bosch. Automotive Electrics and Automotive Electronics -System and
components, networking and hybrid drive. Springer Vieweg 5th edition.
- J. Schäuffele, T. Zurawka. Automotive Software Engineering: Principles,
processes, methods and tools. SAE International
- K. Reif (Ed.), Automotive Mechatronics. Bosch Professional Automotive
Information, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2015
- M. Paulweber, K. Lebert. Powertrain Instrumentation and Test Systems:
Development, hybridization and electrification. Springer 2016.
Journals:
- SAE: International Journal of passenger Cars /Electronic and electrical
systems

Mode of delivery

Integrated course

Prerequisites and co-requisites

All courses of the 1st and 2nd semesters

Assessment methods and criteria

Continuous assessment