DATA ANALYSIS AND DIAGNOSTICS / AUTOMOTIVE AND TRANSPORTS

SATE developed different diagnostic models in the car and transportation field. An example consists in the model for the estimation of internal tyre thread temperature and pressure (TTYRE Plus2), without using sensors but based solely on commands and vehicle dynamics signals, which are available on many commercial car models of a renowned car constructor.

Among the examples of works performed in the car and transportation field, it is mentioned the activity carried out in the project named Adaptive Model Diagnostics (AMD), partially funded by the Veneto Region, for the development of a generic diagnostic model which was successfully applied to the diagnosis of the engine cooling system of a vehicle and to the driving style evaluation, to detect nervous behaviours.

116C - Analysis of large driving data sets to develop models for the automatic detection of stressing and tiredness symptoms and alerting - 2013, Dec.-2014, Jul.

115C - T-COMFORT, Development of a real time model to optimize car climatization system setting as function of the driver stress and activity - 2013, Dec.-2014, Jul.

110C - System engineering consultancy and supply of the car side HW&SW of a new infomobility system for driver and car performance assessment - 2012, Jan.-Dec.

71C - Supply of onboard data acquisition and model based diagnostics ECUs (SEW-AID) for end series of sport cars. In partnership with EDI S.n.c. and WEST Systems S.r.l. - 2008, February

67C - Extension of model based diagnostics ECUs (SEW-AID) to endurance prototypes of a new series sport car - 2007, February-October

62C - Experimental validation of model based diagnostics ECUs (SEW-AID) for sport cars - 2006, July-October

61C - Demonstration of diagnostic methods for fault detection of engine break-out in competition cars - 2005, December - 2006, April

59C - Supply of onboard data acquisition and model based diagnostics ECUs (SEW-AID) for sport cars. In partnership with EDI S.n.c. and WEST Systems S.r.l. - 2005, May-December