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Development of a Hardware-Software Co-Design for a real-time localization protocol for pedestrian safety

  • The research project Ko-TAG [2], as part of the research initiative Ko-FAS [1], funded by the German Ministry of Economics and Technologies (BMWi), deals with the development of a wireless cooperative sensor system that shall pro-vide a benefit to current driver assistance systems (DAS) and traffic safety applications (TSA). The system’s primary function is the localization of vulnerable roadThe research project Ko-TAG [2], as part of the research initiative Ko-FAS [1], funded by the German Ministry of Economics and Technologies (BMWi), deals with the development of a wireless cooperative sensor system that shall pro-vide a benefit to current driver assistance systems (DAS) and traffic safety applications (TSA). The system’s primary function is the localization of vulnerable road users (VRU) e.g. pedestrians and powered two-wheelers, using communication signals, but can also serve as pre-crash (surround) safety system among vehicles. The main difference of this project, compared to previous ones that dealt with this topic, e.g. the AMULETT project, is an underlying FPGA based Hardware-Software co-design. The platform drives a real-time capable communication protocol that enables highly scalable network topologies fulfilling the hard real-time requirements of the single localization processes. Additionally it allows the exchange of further data (e.g. sensor data) to support the accident pre-diction process and the channel arbitration, and thus supports true cooperative sensing. This paper gives an overview of the project’s current system design as well as of the implementations of the key HDL entities supporting the software parts of the communication protocol. Furthermore, an approach for the dynamic reconfiguration of the devices is described, which provides several topology setups using a single PCB design.show moreshow less

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Author:Axel SikoraORCiDGND, Dirk Lill, Manuel Schappacher
Creating Corporation:Hochschule Ulm
Year of Publication:2012
Language:English
Parent Title (German):Tagungsband zum Workshop der Multiprojekt-Chip-Gruppe Baden-Württemberg, Offenburg, Februar 2012
Volume:47
ISSN:1868-9221
First Page:47
Last Page:54
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Open Access:Frei zugänglich
Institutes:Bibliografie
Release Date:2015/06/13
Licence (German):License LogoEs gilt das UrhG
URL:https://www.mpc-gruppe.de/de/workshopbaende.html