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Development of an Autonomous Vehicle: A1 (자율주행자동차 개발: A1)

  • Chu, Keon-Yup;Han, Jae-Hyun;Lee, Min-Chae;Kim, Dong-Chul;Jo, Ki-Chun;Oh, Dong-Eon;Yoon, E-Nae;Gwak, Myeong-Gi;Han, Kwang-Jin;Lee, Dong-Hwi;Choe, Byung-Do;Kim, Yang-Soo;Lee, Kang-Yoon;Huh, Kun-Soo;SunWoo, Myoung-Ho
    • Transactions of the Korean Society of Automotive Engineers
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.146-154
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    • 2011
  • This article describes the Autonomous Vehicle #1 (A1), which won the 2010 Autonomous Vehicle Competition (AVC) organized by Hyundai Kia automotive group. The A1 was developed for high speed and stable driving without human intervention. The autonomous system of A1 was developed based on in-vehicle networks, electronic control units, and embedded software. Novel environment perception and navigation algorithm were evaluated and validated through the AVC. In this paper, we presented the system and software architecture of A1.

Automotive Spice Management Tool Based on Open Source for Small and Medium Automotive Electric Part (중소 자동차 전장 사업체를 위한 오픈 소스 기반 Automotive SPICE 관리 도구 구현)

  • Baek, Young Yun;Jung, Sung Yun;Lee, Eun-Ser;Yang, Jae soo
    • KIPS Transactions on Software and Data Engineering
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    • v.5 no.7
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    • pp.339-344
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    • 2016
  • With increasing complexity of automotive software it has become important issue in the automotive safety. So, Automotive SPICE process have been proposed to solve this problem. The integrated management system and tools are needed for perform the Automotive SPICE process. It is difficult to adopt an integrated management system and tools because small business are lack of human resource and tools. Therefore, HIS scope items comply with Automotive SPICE minimum requirement should be targeted for the small business. In this paper, an open-source system based on process management tool required to perform the Automotive HIS scope items is proposed. The proposed system can perform the Automotive SPICE HIS scope items are carried and it showed that satisfy the Automotive SPICE HIS scope items.


    • International Journal of Automotive Technology
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.413-419
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    • 2005
  • The United States automotive recycling infrastructure has successfully reduced the amount of automotive waste sent to landfills, especially since the introduction of shredders in the late 1950s. Shredders are necessary to process and recycle automotive hulks and other durable goods. However, this industry faces significant challenges as the automotive manufacturers are increasing the use of nonmetallic components which are difficult to recycle. Additionally, it is becoming obvious that automobiles contain hazardous materials which place heavy burdens on the environment. To address this growing concern, we propose a process planning model for automotive shredders to make tactical decisions regarding at what level to process and at what level to reprocess feed stock materials. The purpose of this paper is to test analytical models to help shredders improve the profitability and efficiency of the bulk recycling processes for end of life automobile returns. The work is motivated by an actual recycling problem that was observed at Capitol City Metals shredding facility in Indianapolis, Indiana.