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Group ResearchIntelligent, Connected Cars Intelligent, Connected Cars Volkswagens Vision of the FutureVolkswagens Vision of the FutureDr. Markus Lienkamp Electronics and Vehicle ResearchSlide 2Group ResearchGlobal trendsGlobal trendsAdvances in electronicsTime is scarceUbiquitous broadband communicationOil is scarceSpace is scarceNovel battery technologiesSlide 3Group ResearchImproving traffic efficiencyProviding up-to-date information servicesMotivation for integrating communication into vehiclesMotivation for integrating communication into vehiclesImproving road safetySlide 4Group ResearchRoad safetyRoad safetyIncreasing need for security:EU goal -50% fatalitiesDriving experience shouldremain being joyful!Fahrvergngen 0%20%40%60%80%100%120%140%198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003YearNormalised fatalities (1980=100%)carspedestriansmotorcyclesbicyclesothersSource: IRTADSlide 5Group ResearchSource: GdV, VW UnfallforschungSleepSleepSleepSleepInattentionInattentionInattentionInattentionMedical causesMedical causesMedical causesMedical causesCar dynamicsCar dynamicsCar dynamicsCar dynamicsWeatherWeatherWeatherWeatherPreceding carPreceding carPreceding carPreceding carLane keepingLane keepingLane keepingLane keepingStatic carStatic carStatic carStatic carPedestrians/Pedestrians/Pedestrians/Pedestrians/AnimalsAnimalsAnimalsAnimalsAccidentsAccidentsAccidentsAccidentsOthersOthersOthersOthersTechnologyTechnologyTechnologyTechnology0510152025% Mental causesMental causesMental causesMental causes38%38%38%38%MisjudgementsMisjudgementsMisjudgementsMisjudgements46%46%46%46%UnexpectedUnexpectedUnexpectedUnexpectedbehaviourbehaviourbehaviourbehaviour11%11%11%11%TechnologyTechnologyTechnologyTechnology5%5%5%5%Road safety: The driver as element of uncertaintyRoad safety: The driver as element of uncertaintyCauses of fatal accidentsCauses of fatal accidentsSlide 6Group ResearchCar to XRoad safety potentialRoad safety potentialTodayTimePassive safetyActive safetySafety potentialABS AirbagSeat beltCar structureStiff passenger compartment Brake assistantESPDriver assistantCar assistantPre-crashSide AssistFront AssistPyro BrakeCar-to-car com.Slide 7Group ResearchRoad safety: Guardian angelRoad safety: Guardian angelHandling like a skilled driverSeeing like an alert humanDriving like a trained driverActing like an experienced humanand every-thing safelySlide 8Group ResearchActuators: Handling like a skilled driverActuators: Handling like a skilled driverElectromechanicalsteeringDSG transmissionElectronicacceleratorSlide 9Group ResearchShort-distance radarBack video cameraInterior sensorUltrasonicsensorsFront video cameraMulti-beam laserInfrared cameraLong-distance radarSensors: Seeing like an alert humanSensors: Seeing like an alert humanSlide 10Group ResearchSensors: Seeing like an alert human Sensors: Seeing like an alert human Slide 11Group ResearchVehicle dynamics: Driving like a trained driverVehicle dynamics: Driving like a trained driverSlide 12Group ResearchIntelligence: Acting like an experienced humanIntelligence: Acting like an experienced humanTest ASlide 13Group ResearchGolf 53 Intelligent CarIntelligentJuniorTechnology box: Components enabling safetyTechnology box: Components enabling safetyDriving at the limit Driving in unknown territory Driving according to traffic rules Detection of situations Driving strategy Safety Environment sensing Positioning Path planningStanley Environment sensing Positioning Path planning Positioning Speed-optimised trajectorySlide 14Group ResearchPLATZHALTER BILDBILDLane keepingClear drive and trackingDriving in traffic congestion (stop & go)Lange changing andovertaking manoeuvre (driver approved)And everything safely: Automatic driving functionalities in iCar: Automatic driving functionalities in iCarSlide 15Group ResearchLightLight Driver informationDriver informationAWVAWVSWASWALDWLDWAFSAFSPark AssistPark AssistLongitudinal guidanceLongitudinal guidanceACCACCLatitudinalguidanceLatitudinalguidanceParking assistanceParking assistanceSwivelling headlightSwivelling headlightACC F2SACC F2SBack video cameraBack video cameraWhich systems does Volkswagen offer today?Which systems does Volkswagen offer today?Slide 16Group ResearchAn example:An example:Slide 17Group Research Extension of driver horizon by radio communication Short latency in information dissemination Reduced driver response time in dangerous situationssensorsas good as the drivercommunicationbetter than the driverCarCar--toto--car communication:car communication: Extension of vehicle sensorsExtension of vehicle sensorsSlide 18Group ResearchrbindIncreasing the effective range: "CarIncreasing the effective range: "Car--toto--X"X"SensorsCommunication technology / GPSSlide 19Group ResearchImproving traffic safetyImproving traffic safetySlide 20Group ResearchBad visibility Road worksWarning of disregarded traffic signsInformation from an ambulanceImproving traffic safety: Warnings and driver assistanceImproving traffic safety: Warnings and driver assistanceSlide 21Group ResearchImproving traffic efficiencyProviding up-to-date information servicesMotivation for integrating communication into vehiclesMotivation for integrating communication into vehiclesImproving road safetySlide 22Group ResearchTraffic congestion:time and desire for in-vehicle entertainment growsChallenges for society: Traffic volume increases substantiallyChallenges for society: Traffic volume increases substantiallyScenario VW 2002-2020Passenger transportation: + 20% Freight transportation: + 34 % A2+ 125%LorriesA6+ 181%LorriesSlide 23Group ResearchCurrent features of RNS 510:Navigation systems today and tomorrowNavigation systems today and tomorrowReliable and efficient guidance to every destinationTouch screenUp-to-date traffic information via RDS / TMCImport of music from PC via SD cardSophisticated help system with avatar Carla Wireless operation of mobileFuture connected navigation systems:Receive information from many cars out of the vicinity to avoid and prevent traffic congestionImprove routing by highly dynamic and detailed traffic informationCombine navigation with POIs and events dynamically from the InternetAct also as up-to-date travel guide and shopping assistantProvide a ubiquitous help system with connection to VW and the InternetSlide 24Group ResearchIncrease of traffic efficiency:Increase of traffic efficiency: Example traffic light assistantExample traffic light assistant Car-to-traffic-light communication to inform drivers Optimal speed to encounter phased traffic lights Phase optimization of traffic lights by car informationSlide 25Group ResearchIncrease of traffic efficiency:Increase of traffic efficiency: Example Traffic GuardExample Traffic GuardAnalysis of oncoming traffic- traffic density - velocityTraffic management centre- static information (speed limits) - road works informationVehicle sensors (FCD)- position, course- distance, velocityCommunication nodes (RSU)- application for analysis - dissemination of informationTruck laser scanner- alignment, - lateral ProfileSlide 26Group ResearchTraffic Guard: Information processingTraffic Guard: Information processingRecording of own sensor data Vehicle at end of sectionVehicle tour through road worksEvaluation of - road path (GPS) - number of lanes (GPS) - traffic situation (speed) Data analysis in outflow-RSURSUCommunication outflow-RSUTCP/IPRSUInflow-RSUAggregated informationPre-adjustment of traffic-optimised ACCDisplay of precise information to driverVehicle at start of sectionBroadcastCommunication inflow-RSURSU connectionSlide 27Group ResearchTraffic Guard: Information usage in the vehicle Traffic Guard: Information usage in the vehicle A) Traffic-optimised driving behaviour Driving recommendation for driver or Modification of ACCB) Driver information Displaying road geometry and traffic speed1 Introduction 2 The Traffic Guard 3 SummaryConcept Functionality ResultsSlide 28Group ResearchAvoidance of congestion by carAvoidance of congestion by car--toto--x communicationx communicationSlide 29Group ResearchTimeLocation LocationLocationEmpirical data (30.10.07) Traffic congestionReproduction in simulation Same traffic patterns Penetration rate: 0 % Traffic GuardSimulation of traffic guard Same traffic patterns Penetration rate: 10 % Traffic GuardTraffic Guard: Impact on traffic efficiencyTraffic Guard: Impact on traffic efficiency1 Introduction 2 The Traffic Guard 3 SummaryConcept Functionality ResultsSignificant reduction of traffic congestion!Slide 30Group ResearchImproving traffic efficiencyProviding up-to-date information servicesMotivation for integrating communication into vehiclesMotivation for integrating communication into vehiclesImproving road safetySlide 31Group ResearchTrafficinformationFuelpricesTime tablesRestaurantsand hotelsTouristinformationCurrenteventsIntegration of online Internet servicesIntegration of online Internet servicesSlide 32Group Researchauto@webauto@webDrivers of an auto@web car can use their navigation system to explore the map for interesting locationsregarding travel, city life and leisure search the Internet for destinations retrieve highly current information about event venues and free park spaces listen to and rate online music and podcasts from the portalSlide 33Group ResearchStandardization is the enabler of cooperationStandardization is the enabler of cooperationThe minimum penetration rate for most safety applications is not achievable even for a large volume manufacturerThe quality of car-to-car applications increases with higher penetration rateCooperating vehicles must communicate in the same languageFreight is global, people are global, Volkswagen is globalProliferation of different standards increases time-to-market and costsLets produce global ITS standards for a global world!Slide 34Group ResearchC2C-CC working documents ISO CALM standardsIEEE 802.11p + 1609.X standardsHarmonization of worldHarmonization of world--wide ITS standardswide ITS standardsSecurityITS Station Reference ArchitectureAccess TechnologiesNetworking & TransportFacilitiesApplicationsManagementSecurityITS Station Reference ArchitectureAccess TechnologiesNetworking & TransportFacilitiesApplicationsManagementSlide 35Group ResearchSecurityITS Station Reference ArchitectureAccess TechnologiesNetworking & TransportFacilitiesApplicationsManagementITS Station Reference Architecture: ITS Station Reference Architecture: Alphabet for a common ITS languageAlphabet for a common ITS languageGroup ResearchSomebody sent me a text What did he write?Drive, fool!Its green!Thank you!Thank you!

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