Volume 8, Issue 1, June 2019, Page: 18-22
Cyber Physical Systems for Automotive Vehicles: Challenges and Applications
Karthik Srinivasn, Department of ECE, ARASU Engineering College, Kumbakonam, India
Sathyaraj Palanichamy, Department of ECE, ARASU Engineering College, Kumbakonam, India
Received: May 4, 2019;       Accepted: Jun. 2, 2019;       Published: Jul. 1, 2019
DOI: 10.11648/j.ajnc.20190801.12      View  33      Downloads  11
Abstract
Cyber-physical systems mix digital and analog devices, interfaces, networks, pc systems, and also the like with the natural and unreal physical world. Cyber-physical systems that combine discrete and continuous dynamics are everywhere including automatic or semi-automatic controllers in modern cars, trains, airplanes, ground robots, robotic household appliances, or surgical robots. Cyber–physical systems (CPSs) are considered to be the next generation systems in which computing, communication, and control technologies are firmly integrated. Research on CPSs is fundamentally important for engineered systems in many important application domains such as transportation, energy, medical systems and major investments are being made worldwide to develop the technology. In this paper we are going to discuss about the features of developing cyber physical systems, Design challenges and the application of CPS in automotive domain. Most of the innovation in automotive domain is in electronics and software. All new features in modern cars—like advanced driver assistance systems—are based on electronics and software rather than on mechanical engineering innovations. A modern high-end car has over 100 million lines of code and it is widely believed that this number will continue to grow in the near future. Such code implements different control applications spanning across various functionalities—from safety-critical functions, to driver-assistance and comfort-related ones.
Keywords
Cyber-physical Systems, Design Challenges, Automotive
To cite this article
Karthik Srinivasn, Sathyaraj Palanichamy, Cyber Physical Systems for Automotive Vehicles: Challenges and Applications, American Journal of Networks and Communications. Vol. 8, No. 1, 2019, pp. 18-22. doi: 10.11648/j.ajnc.20190801.12
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