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presentation about electronics in cars, what is it, what's the purpose and what are the benefits

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    Electronics in cars_short_contest Electronics in cars_short_contest Presentation Transcript

    • Electronics in Cars ...what's that ?
    • Stage 1 introduction
    • Millions of cars 2003 Global vehicle production 2008 2013 2018 60 80 100 1 Figures and forecasts from Global Insight, December 2009 about 60 millions cars were produced in 2003 do you know...?
    • Millions of cars 2003 2008 2013 2018 60 80 100 1 Figures and forecasts from Global Insight, December 2009 about 60 millions cars were produced in 2003 ... ...around 90 millions should be produced in 2018 ! Global vehicle production do you know...?
    • Millions of cars 2003 2008 2013 2018 60 80 100 1 Figures and forecasts from Global Insight, December 2009 about 60 millions cars were produced in 2003 ... Global vehicle production and all of them contain electronics! do you know...? ...around 90 millions should be produced in 2018 !
    • well, almost... Image credits: SantiMB
    • today's cars are made with... w i r e s & connectors electronic control units fuses & relays sensors actuators ...
    • Source: The Economist Technology, June 2009 from premium vehicles... a high end Lexus contains up to 97 microprocessors
    • ...until (even) very low cost cars! Tata Nano contains around 12 microprocessors Source: The Economist Technology, June 2009
    • Stage 2 facts & figures
    • did you know ? Picture: NASA, Apollo 204 command module (1 including electronic control units, lines of software code, electric parts, wires length, sensors, motors... a premium car (2005) contained more "electronics" than a entire Apollo System (1
    • did you know ? 2.5 km of wiring represents about 6 loops of an Olympic stadium track x 6 an average car (2006) includes up to 2.5 km of wiring
    • computer world automotive world did you know ? an average car (2006) contains at least 3 different operating systems
    • did you know ? an average car (2006) integrates up to 100 Megabyte of lines of code
    • (1 Source: J Leohold, VW group, 2007 most of upper level cars (> 2000's) embed more than 30 microprocessors (1 did you know ?
    • Stage 3 ...a bit of history
    • 1930's Source: www.motorola.com first car radio system from Motorola (Galvin Manufacturing Corporation, at this time)
    • firstly used on BRM Formula One in 1962 1960's & on some 1936 Pontiac models, as an option first electronic ignition from Lucas Industries plc (UK) Source: wikipedia, Lucas and Pontiac websites
    • 1970's first electronic injection democratized by Robert Bosch, for Porsche models
    • first "drive by wire" throttle & CAN network (on BMW 8 series, 1989 ) (end of) 1980's introduction of multiplexing network including "famous" CAN protocol first CAN networks (5 ECUs), 500 kbit/s (1991, Mercedes S Class)
    • 1990's increasing maturity of safety devices ABS (Antiblockiersystem) airbags electronic stability control (ESC)
    • 2000's emerging of driver assistance & infotainment systems camera based advanced assistance systems telematics & connectivity features
    • >2010's... car becomes "connected" & more eco friendly "Car-to-car" and "Car-to-Infrastructure" communications electric vehicles and eco-driving assistant speed gear shift indicator
    • Stage 4 electronics benefits...
    • basically, electronics help to...
    • Legislation CO2 emissions reduction, in Europe 2006 2012 2020 2025 decrease car pollutions & limit emissions in g/km 160 130 95 70 Source : Passenger Vehicle Greenhouse Gas: A Global Update, ICCT. March 2009 CO2 emissions equivalent for NEDC test in gCO2/km Combustion Systems, measurements & controls Fuel Supply Exhaust & aftertreatment
    • increase passengers' safety Source: Destatis, KBA * from 1990 incl. New Laender 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 5.000 10.000 15.000 20.000 25.000 fatalities 19.200 # cars [millions] 13.9 mil. Influence of Active & Passive Safety Systems 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 1972 : Speed limit on country roads 1976 : Mandatory use of belts for the front seats 1995 :Introduces side airbags 1981 : First introduction of Airbag Technology 1984 : Airbag in mass production example from Germany 48 mil. 4.100
    • rear entertainment, thermal comfort, ventilated seats or remote access... improve passengers' comfort Pictures: leblogauto.com, viper.com, lexus.com
    • and many other features.... Pictures from movies: i-robot, the dark knight, the 5th element, die another day, the spy who loved me, back to the future.
    • Stage 5 to wrap up...
    • safer longer more comfortable more sustainable electronics make your road...
    • safer longer more comfortable more sustainable electronics make your road...
    • safer longer more comfortable more sustainable electronics make your road...
    • safer longer more comfortable more sustainable electronics make your road...
    • 10.200 € av. car price in 2000 mechanical & hydraulics share Source: Mercer Management consulting and Hypovereinsbank, 2004 ... at a reasonable cost! mechanical & hydraulics share 11.000 € av. car price in 2010 electric & electronic share electric & electronic share 78% 65% 35% 22%
    • let's trust!