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automated vehicles

Future Mobility Lab


Plattforms for Sensor Systems

Field of Applications

  • evaluation of communication and sensor applications on embedded platforms
  • evaluation of distributed control systems
  • sensor technology and control algorithm

Research Fields and Skills

  • signal processing
  • security concepts for communication
  • machine learning algorithms and implementations
  • embedded development
  • FPGA development
  • digital IC design
  • PCB development
  • drivers for Linux systems

Existing Platform Structure

  • ARM Cortex A8 - SoC
  • Artix 7 FPGA board with ultrasonic sensor application
  • WiFi/BT Module
  • UMTS Module
  • Various interfaces


Dipl.-Inform. Thomas Baag
+49 241 80 28274
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Julien Schreier, M.Sc.
+49 241 80 27980
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