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Brno urban dataset: Winter extension

Adam Ligocki, Ales Jelinek, Ludek Zalud

Abstract.This paper presents our latest extension of the Brno Urban Dataset (BUD), the Winter Extension (WE). The dataset contains data from commonly used sensors in the automotive industry, like four RGB and single IR cameras, three 3D LiDARs, differential RTK GNSS receiver with heading estimation, the IMU and FMCW radar. Data from all sensors are precisely timestamped for future offline interpretation and data fusion. The most significant gain of the dataset is the focus on the winter conditions in snow-covered environments.

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EMC Oxidation Under High-Temperature Aging

A. Inamdar, P. Gromala, A. Prisacaru, A. Kabakchiev, Y. Yang, B. Han

Abstract. Epoxy molding compound (EMC) is widely used for encapsulating automotive electronics. Among all of the components of an electronic package, EMC is most exposed to the atmosphere, and thus undergoes aging. During high-temperature operation, EMC is oxidized, which alters its mechanical properties, and thus can affect the reliability of electronic components. This chapter focuses on four key aspects of EMC oxidation – (1) the growth of EMC oxidation layer, (2) the mechanical properties of oxidized EMC, (3) the effect of oxidized EMC on thermomechanical behavior of a molded package, and (4) the effect of EMC oxidation on solder joint reliability. This study utilizes various experimental characterization techniques as well as finite element simulation-based analysis.


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Automotive Intelligence Embedded in Electric Connected Autonomous and Shared Vehicles Technology for Sustainable Green Mobility

Ovidiu Vermesan, Reiner John, Patrick Pype, Gerardo Daalderop, Kai Kriegel, Gerhard Mitic, Vincent Lorentz, Roy Bahr, Hans Erik Sand, Steffen Bockrath and Stefan Waldhör

Abstract.The automotive sector digitalization accelerates the technology convergence of perception, computing processing, connectivity, propulsion, and data fusion for electric connected autonomous and shared (ECAS) vehicles. This brings cutting-edge computing paradigms with embedded cognitive capabilities into vehicle domains and data infrastructure to provide holistic intrinsic and extrinsic intelligence for new mobility applications.

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Internet of Vehicles – System of Systems Distributed Intelligence for Mobility Applications

Ovidiu Vermesan, Reiner John, Patrick Pype, Gerardo Daalderop, Meghashyam Ashwathnarayan, Roy Bahr, Tore Karlsen, Hans-Erik Sand

Abstract. This chapter presents the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) concept, technologies and applications used to realise intelligent functions, optimise vehicle performance, control, and decision-making for future electric, connected, autonomous, and shared (ECAS) vehicles mobility scenarios.

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Acknowledgement

ArchitectECA2030 has been accepted for funding within (ECSEL JU) in collaboration with the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programs under grant agreement No 877539.

The project will receive an ECSEL JU funding up to 4 M€ completed with national budgets from national funding authorities in Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Austria and Norway.  

Project Facts

Short Name: ArchitectECA2030

Full Name: Trustable architectures with acceptable residual risk for the electric, connected and automated cars

Duration:  01/07/2020- 30/06/2023

Total Costs: ~ € 13,6 Mio.

Consortium: 20 partners from 8 countries

Coordinator: Infineon Technologies AG

Funding

 

Horizon 2020
Horizon 2020

 

    

National Funding

National Funding

 


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