Communication in Transportation Systems

Communication in Transportation Systems

Otto Strobel (Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
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Release Date: February, 2013|Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 482
ISBN13: 9781466629769|ISBN10: 1466629762|EISBN13: 9781466629776|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-2976-9

Description

Typically, communication technology breakthroughs and developments occur for the purposes of home, work, or cellular and mobile networks. Communications in transportation systems are often overlooked, yet they are equally as important.  

Communication in Transportation Systems brilliantly bridges theoretical knowledge and practical applications of cutting-edge technologies for communication in automotive applications. This reference source carefully covers innovative technologies which will continue to advance transportation systems. Researchers, developers, scholars, engineers, and graduate students in the transportation and automotive system, communication, electrical, and information technology fields will especially benefit from this advanced publication.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Automotive Engineering Communication Systems
  • FlexRay, Time Triggered CAN (TT-CAN) and Protocol (TTP)
  • Local Interacting Network (LIN)
  • Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST)
  • Sensor Systems
  • Systems and Software Engineering
  • Ultrasonic Communication
  • Web Technologies & Engineering
  • Wire-Based, Cable-Optic and Optical Wireless Communication
  • WLAN Systems

Reviews and Testimonials

Electronic and communication engineers describe current and nascent technology for optical data buses in automotive applications to allow communication within vehicles, between vehicles, and between vehicles and the land-line communication grid. Their topics include physical layer implementations of communications standards in automotive systems, modeling polymer optical fibers, radio over fiber access networks for broadband wireless communications, communication networks to connect moving vehicles to transportation systems to infrastructure, and short-range ultrasonic communications in air.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Otto A. Strobel is Head of Physics Institute and Director of Physics Laboratory, Faculty of Basic Sciences at Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He passed an Apprenticeship in electrical engineering. He received his Dipl.-Phys. and Dr.-Ing. degree from Technical University of Berlin in 1980 and 1986 and his Dr. h.c. degree in 2005 from Moscow Aviation Institute, National Research University, Russia. In 2011 he was awarded as Honorary Professor by the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico. He performed more than 30 visiting professor stays worldwide. He is author of about 90 publications in the field of fiber-optic technologies and optoelectronics, also author of the textbook (in German language) "Technology of Lightwave-Guides in Transmission and Sensing" (VDE 2012, 3rd edition), co-author of the text book (in German): "Photonics" (Springer, 2005) and co-author of the reference book "Resilient Optical Network Design: Advances in Fault-Tolerant Methodologies", IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA 2011. Furthermore he is honorary workshop chair at the "International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks ICTON", chair member of the "International Workshop on Telecommunications IWT, Brazil" and also member of the Construction Consultative Committee of Wuhan Optics Valley of China. He has more than 10 years experience in companies’ R&D, as member respectively consultant of Daimler, Bell Labs Germany (Alcatel-Lucent), HP, Agilent, Diehl Aerospace and Siemens.

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