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  • ARTRAC - News
    The objective of this document is to develop the functional specifications of a system which is simple enough but nevertheless effective to be implemented into passenger cars of the volume market segment Developing such a system available for the volume segment especially compact cars will improve safety for many VRUs on European roads read more ARTRAC Project to protect vulnerable road users has started On 14 and 15 November 2011

    Original URL path: http://www.artrac.org/index.php/page/News-2011-06-15/_page-page/3 (2016-04-26)
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  • ARTRAC - ARTRAC: Document on User Needs and Requirements finalised
    highly developed industrial countries though by its nature this list is not exhaustive by far Apart from this bibliography it is really helpful to describe actuators available to understand their physical details and ways of operation The full range of actuators currently under discussion will be described from a technical perspective and subsequently briefly discussed as to their suitability for VRU protection systems Measures for VRU protection might be divided into passive and active systems Because of basic physical properties passive measures can provide limited protection potential only Therefore active actuators are helpful to achieve the desired protection for VRUs For example vehicle deceleration seems to be a potential approach for active VRU protection with high benefit and high potential to become a product in high volume series cars as they are already in use in high end limousines The actuators can be categorised into reversible and non reversible protection measures Current sensor systems for pre crash applications or driver assistance system in general e g cameras with image processing and radar sensors have quite high performance but the requirements in this field are much higher Consequently the current sensors which do not have a 100 fault safe stage are only applicable for reversible protection systems The focus in this ARTRAC project will be on automatic deceleration steering recommendation as well as driver warning The environmental sensing will be conducted with a novel high performance but low cost 24 GHz narrow band radar system From an operational viewpoint this RF frequency fits exactly into the existing ISM band from 24 000 GHz to 24 250 GHz As this is a free frequency band no special approval is needed meaning that no limitations in time nor market penetration rate or operating permission in the neighbourhood of radio astronomy stations apply Due

    Original URL path: http://www.artrac.org/index.php/page/ARTRAC-Document-on-User-Needs-and-Requirements-finali-2012-05-23 (2016-04-26)
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  • ARTRAC - ARTRAC – Project to protect vulnerable road users has started
    new radar system for compact cars and light commercial vehicles which helps to detect pedestrians and other vulnerable road users and if necessary automatically invokes braking or collision avoidance actions The new system will be cost effective enough to be commercially viable even for small or compact cars The project is led by Hamburg University of Technology Prof Hermann Rohling with the support of TuTech Innovation Among the other partners

    Original URL path: http://www.artrac.org/index.php/page/ARTRAC-Project-to-protect-vulnerable-road-users-has-s-2012-02-03 (2016-04-26)
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  • ARTRAC - Documents
    Flyer for ARTRAC ARTRAC Flyer final pdf ca 4 3 MByte First ARTRAC Newsletter artrac newsletter No1 pdf If you want to receive future issues of the newsletter by mail please contact us email Second ARTRAC Newsletter artrac newsletter No2 pdf Third ARTRAC Newsletter artrac newsletter No3 pdf Fourth ARTRAC Newsletter artrac newsletter No4 pdf ARTRAC Architecture and Specification ARTRAC Architecture pdf PDF 6 03 MB Report on Vehicle Demonstrations

    Original URL path: http://www.artrac.org/?page=Documents-2012-04-05 (2016-04-26)
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