IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine

Volume 22 Issue 1 • Feb. 2019

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Table of contents

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  • Cars full of I&M!

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  • I&M in the automotive sector

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  • In memoriam: Domenico (Mimmo) Grimaldi

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  • The evolution of passive safety in I&M

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    The serious problem of car accidents has sensitized the manufacturers to the construction of increasingly safer vehicles, trying to prevent possible accidents (such as drivers subject to falling asleep) and decrease the impact to the occupants. View full abstract»

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  • History and future of driver assistance

    Publication Year: 2019, Page(s):11 - 16
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    A simplified distinction between passive and active safety systems in the automotive industry is that while the former mitigate the consequences of an accident, the latter prevent its occurrence. In this overview, the reader can find a survey of the main active safety systems which can be classified as Driver Assistance Systems (DAS), although only Advanced DAS (ADAS) will be the focus. View full abstract»

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  • Brief thoughts about the I&M in cars

    Publication Year: 2019, Page(s):17 - 18
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    The automobile is one of the few industrial products in continuous evolution both from an aesthetic and (I would say fortunately) a technological point of view. In less than thirty years the auto seems to have passed from the stone age to the future era of some movies. View full abstract»

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  • Vehicle suspension

    Publication Year: 2019, Page(s):19 - 27
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    The road surfaces are not perfectly flat and the real roughness can make driving very difficult. Wheels have to rotate and move themselves up and down to ensure the contact between road and wheels and the comfort of passengers. Therefore, the vehicle undergoes very high forces, dependent on moving mass. View full abstract»

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  • Automotive design: At the beginning only was light

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    Starting from the beginning of human civilization the presence of light has always marked the succession of human activities during the day. First with fire and then with electricity, mankind has tried to have increased daylight hours to establish human relationships, travel and conduct business. View full abstract»

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  • Human-machine interaction, methods and international standards

    Publication Year: 2019, Page(s):33 - 35
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    Since starting work in the automotive sector, things have grown at an incredible rate. Automotive design is facing new challenges due to the technological advances of the last decades. The demand from companies for development around principles of human factors and user experiences has become more and more prevalent, reaching a place where even the most skeptical engineers are developing systems a... View full abstract»

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  • Solar time versus time on our mobile phones

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    For the purposes of the following discussion, I define solar time as the time displayed on a carefully made sundial. I will then compare this to the time displayed on a mobile phone at the same instant, at the same location. View full abstract»

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  • Implantable autonomous device for wireless force measurement in total knee prosthesis

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    Heath maintenance is one of the most challenging objectives of science and technology. Nowadays, with the rapid progress in the field of biomedical engineering, implantable medical sensors and devices are widely used for prognosis, diagnosis and treatment [1] without interfering in a patient's normal life activities. These implantable devices include cochlear implants, pacemakers, nerve stimulator... View full abstract»

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  • Estimating gravity component from accelerometers

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    Nowadays, accelerometers have become very popular sensors because they offer new possibilities for developing humancentered applications in different domains such as ambient assisted living or rehabilitation [1]. These sensors allow monitoring human activities [2] in a non-invasive way because they are included in many smart devices, like smartphones, smartwatches or fit bands. View full abstract»

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  • 2019 IEEE IMS technical committees

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  • New products

    Publication Year: 2019, Page(s):55 - 59
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    Keysight Technologies announces the Keysight S9100A 5G multi-band vector transceiver (S9100A). The S9100A is a compact and scalable 5G base station manufacturing test solution that enables network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) to streamline high volume test of 5G New Radio (NR) infrastructure equipment, accelerating deployment of 5G networks. View full abstract»

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