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Oct 25, 2021

On October 22, TTTech Auto and Infineon Technologies AG announced that they have developed key components for a fail-operational electronic architecture for highly automated driving of SAE Level 3 and 4. This enables the safe and reliable processing of, for example, radar or LiDAR camera sensor data and is targeting car and technology manufacturers. The fail-operational architectural concept and its key components ensure the safe operation of highway pilot functions, valet parking and autonomous truck driving in case individual functions fail.
The mixed critical approach allows the use of computer hardware and software that run applications of different Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASIL). A specially developed failover mechanism consisting of a primary (“Doer” node) and a fallback ECU (“Fallback” node) ensures the necessary fail-operationality for vehicles. In case the “Doer” fails, the “Fallback” promptly takes over within the millisecond range. The modular concept offers the highly flexible and fast development of Automated Driving Systems (ADS) by enabling the combination of various off-the-shelf elements such as SoCs (System on a Chip), automotive microcontrollers, power supplies, with the deterministic backbone network as well as multiple cameras. The joint research contributed to the successful completion of the European PRYSTINE (Programmable Systems for Intelligence in Automobiles) project. With a budget of about EUR 50 million, PRYSTINE aimed to realize safe automated driving by fail-operational urban surround perception. Infineon and TTTech Auto will continue their collaboration to enable Level 4 and Level 5 automated driving and shape the future of safe autonomous mobility.

TTTech Auto press release

Oct 21, 2021

On October 19, AVL and SuperTurbo Technologies announced collaboration on a project to investigate the emission reduction possibilities of the hydrogen internal combustion engine (H2ICE). Focusing specifically on commercial vehicle applications, they will explore the benefits of applying an innovative mechanically driven turbocharger drive unit to a 13L engine with H2 combustion.
The innovative high-speed traction unit, or SuperTurbo, is an ‘on-demand’ air device that can be used to control the speed of the turbomachinery independently of the engine’s exhaust flow and vary the relative ratio between engine speed and turbo speed. This is accomplished by utilizing mechanical components to either add or subtract power from the turbocharger shaft. The SuperTurbo employs a speed reduction fixed-ratio planetary drive coupled with a continuously variable transmission. The result is an increase in performance and efficiency, which translates to reduced emissions. AVL will leverage its years of simulation experience to provide an engine map simulation including NOx emissions, torque, power, intake and exhaust system pressure and temperatures, peak cylinder pressure and combustion timing.

AVL press release

Oct 20, 2021

ZF Friedrichshafen AG (ZF) announced that the production of a central actuator variant for a pick-up only powered by electricity of a North American customer is currently launching into the market. The central actuator variant is positioned in the center of the axle with a larger actuator; it is primarily installed in sedans, pick-ups, or SUVs. It is produced at the Austrian ZF location in Lebring. ZF offers manufacturers the AKC (Active Kinematics Control) system in two variants: in a dual or a central actuator architecture. Each wheel is individually steered by a separate actuator when installing dual actuators. This variant is ideal for sports cars because it saves valuable installation space in the central part of the rear axle. (From a press release dated October 20, 2021)