Automotive and Intelligent Transportation Systems

Information

Teacher coordinatorAbdelaziz Bensrhair
Teacher(s)Abdelaziz Bensrhair
LanguageEnglish
Credits4.5
TeachingLectures : 21h Exercises : 21h
OptionVision

Aim and objective

The aim of this subject is to make a synthesis of the last evolutions of the terrestrial vehicles and the transport systems applications based on the information and communication technologies (ICT).

The most recent R&D developments will be discussed through seminars framework given by outside contributors.

Outcome learning

  • INSA reference data :
    • Caractériser des systèmes de vision [3P]
    • Réaliser des circuits numériques [3P]
    • Appréhender la méthodologie générale de conception d'un système embarqué [2P]
  • CNISF reference data :
    • T10A [1P]
    • J10J [1P]
    • J10P [3P]
    • J10Q [1P]
    • J10S [3P]
    • J40Q [1P]
    • J50E [1P]
    • J50T [3P]
    • H30T [3P]
1 - Notion, 2 - Concept, 3 - Application, I - fully, P - incomplete

Course description

  • Introduction to intelligent transportation systems (ITS)
  • Intelligent vehicles:
    • Navigation systems
    • Vehicle longitudinal control
    • Side control
    • Control assistance systems (CAS)
    • Inter-vehicle communication
  • Intelligent road:
    • ICT of Road infrastructure
    • Road information systems for displacement assistance
    • Vehicle to Infrastructure communication (V2I)

Prerequisites

Image processing, Static Signal processing, sensors, and electronics.

Bibliography

  • Positioning Systems in Intelligent Transportation Systems by Chris Drane, Chris Rizos 369 pages (January 1998)
  • Introduction to Transportation Systems by Joseph Sussman 508 pages (May 2000)
  • Vehicle Location and Navigation Systems by Yilin Zhao 345 pages (April 1997)

Assessment

  • Final Exam: 50%
  • Project: 50% (studying and analyzing a state-of-the art publication of the domain)