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Worldwide activities in the field of electric powered personal vehicles are in constant state of growth. However, the complex interconnect between the vehicle, the infrastructure and user behavior are only marginally taken into account.  Due to the considerably higher energy consumption and CO2 output inherent to goods transport vehicles, these factors have to be thoroughly considered and dealt with accordingly.

The goal of our project is to implement a holistic approach to electromobility, with an emphasis on the goods transport.  Focus is being placed onto three research areas:

· System architecture

· Drive train and energy management

· Human-machine interface

The proposed modular architecture tries to achieve optimal information flow between all functional units whilst reducing communication overhead. Redundancy concepts for safety critical systems and data fusion are additional key points. All the automotive technologies of the future are being seamlessly integrated into the modular architecture.

Energy management and distribution is interwoven with optimal driving strategy. Bulk of the total vehicle energy is being produced and consumed in the drive train. Terrain profile is an important factor to consider when planning the drive strategy. The total energy flow is being analyzed, from the very beginning in solar cells and regenerative brakes, over storage, transport and distribution to the end consumption. The last step is optimized through an innovative design and forged wheels to reduce the rolling drag. The vehicle in itself represents a micro smart grid or an instance of the smart building concept.

An integrated human-machine interface is to be implemented, adjusting to the environment conditions, driver state and personal driver profile. Only the most important information shall be conveyed to the driver, in the form of visual, audio, haptic or force feedback. The ever increasing functionality of the driver workspace must not result with the same rise in the amount of data sent to the driver.

Safety is considered on multiple abstraction levels and system modules. Active safety mechanisms try to avoid the accidents by analyzing the vehicle surroundings and the driver state. Passive safety mechanisms are reducing the overall consequences after the incident has begun to happen. Pre-safe mechanisms are preparing the passive ones for a quicker reaction in the moments before the impact takes place.

The experimental vehicle platform was provided by the project leader Prof. Dr. Gernot Spiegelberg, a senior research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies of the Technical University of Munich. The vehicle design is extremely streamlined, including a flat vehicle base due to the lack of pressured air containers. A constant air pressure of 10 bars is being stored in so-called plug-in axels, which serve as smart actuator units. This approach enables parallel braking in both trailer and semitrailer.

A road show event is being planned, which will expose the vehicle to international audience and turn it into both subject and object of the development. A “Science club” is also to be formed, which will continue the work on future projects. An emphasis is placed on the introduction and networking of young scientists.

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14.02.17

IGSSE Forum 2017

29-31 May 2017, TUM Science and Study Center Raitenhaslach, Burghausen

IGSSE setup of interdisciplinary research in project teams
16.05.17

Apply now: 12th call for proposals

IGSSE supports up to 10 new project teams

Call closes 2 July 2017

14.05.17

Climate-KIC: Join the PhD Catapult

Two-week thematic summer schools across Europe

04.05.17

IAS Symposium: Selected topics in science and technology

8-10 May 2017, IAS Building, Garching Campus

03.05.17

PhD position in project team INTERACT

Deadline for applications 15 June 2017

02.05.17

IAS Coffee Talk with PTL Florian Praetorius

3 May 2017, 1 pm, TUM IAS Building, Garching Campus

14.02.17

IGSSE Forum 2017

29-31 May 2017, TUM Science and Study Center Raitenhaslach, Burghausen

05.06.16

10th IGSSE Forum

Smart cooperation - science and technology in, with and for society

15.12.15

The Science of Cooking

Doctoral Candidates explore the Secrets of a great Dinner

26.11.15

ATUMS@IGSSE

Having heard of a great Canadian Kick-Off Meeting, everyone at IGSSE was thrilled to welcome the...

20.11.15

Breakfast at IGSSE´s

Meet the IGSSE team every other month! All the things IGSSE members wanted to asked but never dared...

13.10.15

Save the Date: Canadian ATUMS Speaker on "Global Science- Global Career"

26. November 2015, 6-8 pm, IAS Faculty Club, Garching Campus

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Tuesday, 02. May 2017
IAS Coffee Talk with PTL Florian Praetorius
3 May 2017, 1 pm, TUM IAS Building, Garching Campus
Thursday, 04. May 2017
IAS Symposium: Selected topics in science and technology
8-10 May 2017, IAS Building, Garching Campus
Wednesday, 10. May 2017
Project team ROLITOS in a German documentary
10 May 2017, 11.30 pm Suedwestrundfunk (TV) 30 May 2017, 10.30 pm Bayerischer Rundfunk (TV)
Sunday, 14. May 2017
Climate-KIC: Join the PhD Catapult
Two-week thematic summer schools across Europe
Monday, 15. May 2017
Apply now: 12th call for proposals
IGSSE supports up to 10 new project teams Call closes 2 July 2017
Wednesday, 17. May 2017
Podiumsdiskussion: Frauenförderung - Quo vadis?
17. Mai 2017, 14- 16 Uhr, Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf, Weidenbach
Friday, 19. May 2017
Tuesday, 23. May 2017
Monday, 29. May 2017
IGSSE Forum 2017
29-31 May 2017, TUM Science and Study Center Raitenhaslach, Burghausen