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© 2007 University of Warwick International Automotive Research Centre ELECTRICAL PROJECTS Ross McMurran - Project Manager Peter Jones- Principal Investigator Mark Amor-Segan – Principal Engineer Gunny Dhadyalla – Principal Engineer
2 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick PTC Heater Telematics Satellite Radio ACC Adaptive Headlamps Blind Spot Detection IVDC Active steering EM Valves ISG Remote Diagnostics Keyless Vehicle E-Connectivity Brake-by- Wire El. Water Pump In Car PC Fuel Cell Rear Multi- media Auto lights Surround Sound Voice Activation Optical Buses Auto wipers Steer-by- Wire Lane- keeping Function Growth International Automotive Research Centre: Motivation behind Electrical Projects The vast majority of new technology looks like this….. Sensor Processor Actuator Software CY 1980 ABS Instruments Body Elec. Engine Control Transmission Control 1990 Airbag Security Adv. Restraints ESP EPAS Adaptive suspension Navigation
3 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick Automotive Electronics Complexity Issues Key Areas of Research As Systems of Systems become more complex it becomes harder to: Specify and implement what is required Predict behaviour (Emergent properties) Verify complete SoS or sub-systems in isolation Plan delivery and manage change Diagnose faults Maintain delivery skills at pace of technology evolution
© 2007 University of Warwick PARD1 PROJECTS: Electrical Test for Advanced Architectures Software Integration HMI Assessment Methodology Environmental Condition Recognition Status: Completed Feb 07
5 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick PARD1 Completed Project: Electrical Test for Advanced Architectures Manufacturing Test Validation with HIL Model Based Diagnostics Bayesian Diagnostics Process Mapping & RADS
6 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick PARD1 Completed Project: Software Integration Project Agile Development Methods Formal Verification Methods SysML for Improved Requirements Intelligent Software Planning
7 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick PARD1 Completed Project: HMI Project
8 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick PARD1 Completed Project: Environmental Condition Recognition Recognising environmental conditions to enable adaptive control and feature enhancement
© 2007 University of Warwick PARD ELECTRICAL PROJECT EXTENSION: HIL Technology Migration HMI Development Tools Integration Electrical Training Diagnostics Software Planning Status: March 07 to March 08
10 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick Electrical IMDS Training – Background Technical Specialists /Experts Deep Understanding of particular fields but few in number Project Engineers/ Technical Project Mgrs/ Trouble-shooters Broad understanding of a number of fields Depth of knowledge Knowledge Gap Breadth of knowledge Technical Specialists /Experts Deep Understanding of particular fields but few in number Tranche 1 Automotive Networking Automotive Diagnostics Electrical Test Techniques ELECTRICAL MODULAR TRAINING High level of practical hands-on content Tailored to application context Subject Matter Experts – for content & lecturing Post Module Assignment
© 2007 University of Warwick EVoCS Project Evolutionary Validation of Complex Systems Status: Current
12 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick EVoCS Project E volutionary V alidation o f C omplex S ystems THE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMME Complex Systems of Systems A System of Systems (SoS) is composed of parts which: have individual goals and a level of autonomy are linked to achieve a higher level purpose or to share resources e.g. information, interfaces etc. As SoS become more complex it becomes harder: to predict behaviour (Emergent properties) to verify complete SoS or sub-systems in isolation To maximise confidence in the design and implementation of complex automotive electrical systems through: Innovative techniques for the validation of the design at a System of Systems level A platform for the validation of the implementation at a Systems of Systems level Project Objectives Project Partners Project Scope With funding from For further information contact:
13 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick EVoCS - System of Systems Design Validation Formal Methods for Dependability Static Code Analysis Tools Design for Robustness Interaction Modelling Model Based Development Processes Enhanced Physical Modelling Test case generation & coverage metrics Automated Model Based Testing
14 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick Low Voltage Testing EVoCS - System of Systems Validation Platforms Flexible HIL Platform HMI Simulation & Testing Machine Vision Validation of Manufacturing Systems Test Automation Next Generation HIL Tests Platforms for full vehicle tests Robustness Testing
© 2007 University of Warwick Self Healing Vehicle Project Status: Submission to WIMRC Board June – – 2010 Partner interest sought Partner interest sought
16 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick Self Healing Vehicle Background Increasing complexity and criticality of applications Despite improvements in validation techniques, faults will still get to market, Electronics & software will fail. Human-assisted monitoring, maintenance, and intervention will become prohibitively costly, unacceptably slow, and sometimes ineffective. An intelligent vehicle needs to play a more proactive role in fault management
17 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick What is a Self Healing Vehicle? A vehicle with the ability to: autonomously predict or detect and diagnose failure conditions, confirm any given diagnosis, and perform appropriate corrective intervention(s), including the use of telematics to interact with external service providers and infrastructures.
18 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick Self Healing Vehicle Concept Distributed Vehicle Electronics System Prognostic Diagnostic Monitor Intelligent Rectification Manager Intervention Initiator Interrogation commands Confirmed/Classified Failure Information Failure Details + Recommended Intervention Corrective Action or Intervention Verification of Intervention outcomes Vehicle Data Remote Telematics Support System Diagnostic & Prognostic Information, Data Logging SW Downloads, Enhancements & Upgrades to diagnostic System, Remote commands. In-vehicle Fault Management System
19 Your Project Title Goes Here ……. © 2007 University of Warwick Areas Of Interest For Future Research Systems Engineering, Model Driven Development & Validation Requirements Engineering Modelling Formal Methods Automated Model Based Testing Auto-coding Advanced Vehicle Control Sensing & Data Processing Vision Systems Robotics & Autonomous Vehicles Robust and Fault Tolerant Systems Design for robustness Advanced Diagnostics Telematics Data Processing for new applications, e.g. Driver Support, Prognostics, PAYD Insurance
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