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DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE VEHICLE SYSTEMS USING COLLABORATIVE TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES

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Transcript of DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE VEHICLE SYSTEMS USING COLLABORATIVE TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES

FISITA 2016 World Congress
Busan, Korea, 26-30.09.2016
Educators Technical Session

DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE VEHICLE SYSTEMS USING COLLABORATIVE TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES
Valentin Ivanov, Klaus Augsburg
Automotive Engineering Group, TU Ilmenau, Germany

This work is supported by the European Union Horizon 2020 Framework Program,
Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, under grant agreements no. 645736 and no. 675999
Professional Education as "All-Wheel-Drive Vehicle"
Bachelor (BE)
Master (MS)
Postgraduate (PhD)
Lifelong Learning
Case Studies
for Vehicle Systems Engineering:
European Projects ITEAM and EVE

Interdisciplinary Training Network in
Multi-Actuated Ground Vehicles
EU - Horizon 2020 Programme
Fostering new skills by means of excellent initial training of researchers
Educational Gap: Insufficient Consideration of Systems
Traditional vehicles
Automated vehicles
Low-emission/electric vehicles
ITEAM Network
Global goals:
Advance the automotive postgraduate education
Improve career perspectives of PhDs in both public and private sectors
Create R&D group making determinant contributions to next generations of multi-actuated ground vehicles
3 automotive OEMs
2 suppliers
2 SMEs
7 universities
2 research institutions
Network Schedule
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Formulation of individual PhD projects
Recruitment of early-stage researchers (ESR)
Enrollment of ESRs to the study with 3-year work contracts
Starting point:
15 projects
in 3 clusters
Cluster "Multi-Actuated Vehicle Integration"
Control strategies for integrated powertrain and chassis subsystems
Software/hardware tools for integrated vehicle subsystems
Full-scale demonstrators of integrated subsystems
ESR1 "Integrated design and simulation for active safety functions"
ESR2 "Virtual steering control and steering feel model reference"
ESR3 "Virtual simulation environment for chassis control software"
ESR4 "Robust wheel slip control"
ESR5 "Fail-safe power
electronics"
Cluster "Green Multi-Actuated Vehicles"
Energy-efficient and low-emission subsystems and components
Multi-actuated ground vehicles with electric propulsion
On-board driver-assisting tools for energy-efficient driving
ESR6 "Optimization of autonomous driving functions targeting the overall energy efficiency"
ESR8 "Driver assistance measures for low-emission MAGV"
ESR7 "Driving diagnosis applied to MAGV with electric powertrain "
ESR10
"On-board perception applied to electric MAGV
Cluster "MAGV Driving Environment"
Methods for identification and observation of the driving environment parameters
On-board chassis and powertrain control for automated driving
ESR11 "Path planning for
(semi-)autonomous electric MAGVs"
ESR14 "Model-based distributed sensor fusion for MAGV state and parameter estimation"
ESR12 "Traffic simulation for the optimization of autonomous driving "
ESR15
"Tyre wear
model for
MAGV dynamics
control"
ESR9 "Low-emission
MAGV dynamics control"
ESR13 "ADAS functions
for small electric vehicles "
ITEAM Training Programme
Summer Schools:
Robust design
Autonomous vehicle control
Short courses:
Optimization methods
Sliding mode controls
Advanced dynamic testing
Thematic workshops:
ADAS
Vehicle dynamics simulation platforms
HIL and XIL testing technologies
Embedded design and user interfaces
Personal development training:
Public communication
Patenting and IP
Funding and grant writing
Real-world trials
Hällered proving ground
Lommel proving ground
CERAM proving ground
Summary: Educational benefits
Training in product-oriented projects with hands-on expertise
Gaining skills and competences in all phases of vehicle development and testing (evolving from basic research to industrial solutions)
Filling up the niche in private sector and industry with researcher-practitioners
EU - Horizon 2020 Programme
Stimulating innovation by means of cross-fertilisation of knowledge
EU funding € 3.8 Mio.
4 years (2016-2019)

Consortium
Benefits of Lifelong Training
in Automotive Engineering
R&D for niche products
Ideas outside of mainstream
Shared access to test facilities
Interaction with different R&D environments
For industry
For academy
Access to know-how from basic and applied sciences
Feasibility check of new methods
Project EVE as Use Case for Lifelong Training
Target:
Design and testing of integrated chassis control
through collaborative engineering and training
EU funding € 0.57 Mio.
3 years (2015-2017)

Tool:
Intersectoral and international staff exchange for transfer of knowledge and joint experiments
Main Training Areas
Advanced Tyre and Vehicle Modelling and Validation
Integrated Vehicle Dynamics Control
Shared, Distributed and Remote Experiments
Real-time tyre contact models
Multi-body vehicle dynamics
Validation of models
Vehicle software simulators
Decoupled brake systems
Dynamic tyre pressure control
Active suspension
System integration
Hardware-in-the-loop tests
X-in-the-loop test methods
Multi-domain experiments
Multi-host experiments
EVE Consortium
EVE Knowledge Sharing
EVE Knowledge Sharing
Practical Outcomes of Training
Actual and short-term outcomes
Vehicle demonstrator
X-in-the-loop test facilities
Long-term outcomes
Summary: Educational Benefits
Approach
Information-centric
People-centric
Process
Content
Benefits
Collaborative R&D works
Direct staff contact through secondments
Advanced knowledge
in project topics
Individual professional
knowledge of involved
staff
For the consortium:
Classified information stored in knowledge databases and handled in training events
For individuals:
Tacit knowledge gained by the participating staff during secondments
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