Aug 20-21, 2021    Berlin, Germany

International Conference on

Future Trends in Automobile Engineering Hybridization and Electrification- AEHE


A self-driving car, also known as an autonomous vehicle (AV or auto), driverless car, or robo-car is a vehicle that is capable of sensing its environment and moving safely with little or no human input.

Self-driving cars combine a variety of sensors to perceive their surroundings, such as  radar, lidar, sonar, GPS, odometry and inertial measurement units. Advanced control systems interpret sensory information to identify appropriate navigation paths, as well as obstacles and relevant signage. 

A self-driving vehicle, otherwise called a robot vehicle, self-sufficient vehicle, or driverless car, is a vehicle that is equipped for detecting its condition and moving with practically no human input. Independent vehicles join an assortment of sensors to see their environment, for example, radar, Lidar, sonar, GPS, odometry and inertial estimation units. Propelled control frameworks decipher tangible data to distinguish fitting route ways, just as deterrents and important signage.


  • Sensors
  • Self Drive Cars
  • Terminology and safety considerations
  • Autonomous vs automated
  • Hybrid navigation
  • Mechatronics
  • Controls

There is an enormous thirst from the business for new alumni that have introduction to, and a comprehension of, the complexities of self-driving vehicle robotization. Self-driving vehicles are confronting a passing barrier. There are questions being raised even before they hit the avenues. Self-ruling vehicles intend to limit this since they will keep running with the assistance of calculations, sensors and other innovation. As per the Thales report, one of the greatest worries about self-driving vehicles among people in general (49%) was an ascent in the quantity of possibly lethal mishaps.

  • Sense the street.
  • Map the street
  • Negotiate your place out and about.

An electric motor is that which converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. Most of the electric motors are operated through the interaction between the motor's magnetic field and electric current in a wire winding to generate force in the form of rotation of a shaft. Electric motors can be powered by direct current (DC) sources, such as from batteries, whereas motor vehicles or rectifiers can be powered by alternating current (AC) sources, such as a power grid, inverts or electrical generators. An electric generator is mechanically identical to an electric motor, but it will operate in the reverse direction, by converting mechanical energy into electrical energy.

  • Rotor
  • Bearings
  • Starter
  • Air Gap
  • Winding
  • Commutator

An electric car is a car which is propelled by one or more electric motors, using energy stored in rechargeable batteries. Compared to internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, electric cars are quieter, have no exhaust emissions, and lower emissions overall. In the United States, as of 2020, the total cost of ownership of recent EVs is cheaper than that of equivalent ICE cars, due to lower fueling and maintenance costs. Charging an electric car can be done at a variety of charging stations; these charging stations can be installed in both houses and public areas.

Several countries have established government incentives for plug-in electric vehicles, tax credits, subsidies, and other non-monetary incentives. Several countries have established a phase-out of fossil fuel vehicles, and California, which is one of the largest vehicle markets, has an executive order to ban sales of new gasoline powered vehicles by 2035.

The Tesla Model 3, which has a maximum range of 570 km (353 miles) according to the EPA, has been the world's best-selling electric vehicle (EV) on an annual basis since 2018, and became the world's all-time best-selling electric car in early 2020.

As of December 2019, the global stock of pure electric passenger cars totaled 4.8 million units, representing two-thirds of all plug-in passenger cars in use. In 2019, over half (54%) of the world’s all-electric car fleet was in China. Despite rapid growth, the global stock of fully electric and plug-in hybrid cars represented about 1 out of every 200 vehicles (0.48%) on the world's roads by the end of 2019, of which pure electrics comprised 0.32%.

  • various electric battery
  • Motor Controller
  • Electric Engine
  • Regenerative Braking

A solar car is a solar vehicle used for land transport. Solar cars usually run on only power from the sun, although some models will supplement that power using a battery, or use solar panels to recharge batteries or run auxiliary systems for a car that mainly uses battery power.

Solar cars combine technology typically used in the aerospace, bicycle, alternative energy and automotive industries. The design of a solar vehicle is severely limited by the amount of energy input into the car. Most solar cars have been built for the purpose of solar car races. Some prototypes have been designed for public use, and the Lightyear One solar charged battery electric vehicle is expected to be available starting in 2021; currently, no cars primarily powered by the sun are available commercially.

Solar cars depend on a solar array that uses photovoltaic cells (PV cells) to convert sunlight into electricity. Unlike solar thermal energy which converts solar energy to heat, PV cells directly convert sunlight into electricity. When sunlight (photons) strike PV cells, they excite electrons and allow them to flow, creating an electric current. PV cells are made of semiconductor materials such as silicon and alloys of indium, gallium and nitrogen. Crystalline silicon is the most common material used and has an efficiency

The green engine is one of the most interesting discoveries of the new millennium. It has got some unique features that were used for the first time in the making of engines. This engine is a piston less one with features like sequential variable compression ratio, direct air intake, direct fuel injection, multi-fuel usage etc. The efficiency of this engine is high when compared to the contemporary engines and also the exhaust emissions are near zero. The significance of the engine lies in the efficiency when the present world conditions of limited resources of energy are considered. Prototypes of the engine have been developed. Generators have been produced with the green engine.

Hybrid power system is the combination of two or more modes of electricity generation together usually by using renewable technologies like solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind turbines. Hybrid power system can provide significant fuel saving and can reduce vehicle fuel emission. This can provide significant fuel savings, increased functionality and improves performance.

  • Electric motor
  • Power electronics
  • Air conditioning compressor
  • Gear box
  • • High voltage battery
  • Battery charger
  • Vehicle control unit

Now-a-days hybrid-electric propulsion is becoming a viable alternative propulsion technology for the aviation sector and automobile and reveals potential advantages including fuel savings, advantages of the synergy between two technologies by utilizing each combustion engines and electrical motors along, every operative at their various optimum conditions.

  • Micro hybrid
  • Complex hybrid system
  • Plug in hybrid electric vehicle
  • Range extended electric vehicle

Particulate emissions (PM) are also a consequence of the combustion process basically due to in burnt fuel , particulate emission are also commonly known as soot which is removed from the exhaust using Diesel particulate filter (DPF) , The catalyst can also allow the DPF to function as an Oxicat , by Reducing HC and CO in addition to PM. If every gallon of gasoline contains 20 pounds (9 kilograms) of carbon dioxide, then a hybrid car will emit 51.6 pounds (23.1 kilogram) of carbon dioxide every 100 miles (161 kilometers) while a conventional car will emit 74.9 pounds (34 kilograms).

  • Air Injection
  • Exhaust gas re-circulation
  • Catalytic converter
  • Evaporation emission control system
  • Remote sensing emission testing
  • Control and system integration

Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH), also known as noise and vibration (N&V), is the study and modification of the noise and vibration characteristics of vehicles, particularly cars and trucks. While noise and vibration can be readily measured, harshness is a subjective quality, and is measured either via "jury" evaluations, or with analytical tools that can provide results reflecting human subjective impressions. These latter tools belong to the field known as "psychoacoustics."

Interior NVH deals with noise and vibration experienced by the occupants of the cabin, while exterior NVH is largely concerned with the noise radiated by the vehicle, and includes drive-by noise testing.

NVH is mostly engineering, but often objective measurements fail to predict or correlate well with the subjective impression on human observers. For example, although the ear's response at moderate noise levels is approximated by A-weighting, two different noises with the same A-weighted level are not necessarily equally disturbing. The field of psychoacoustics is partly concerned with this correlation.

In some cases the NVH engineer is asked to change the sound quality, by adding or subtracting particular harmonics, rather than making the vehicle quieter.

The advent of Robotic Method Automation (RPA) was a key milestone for the event automotive trade. Automation refers to the use of machines to perform tasks that had previously been undertaken by humans, which reduces the error rate and enhances the management of repeatable tasks. Most prevalent applications are curve welding, plasma cutting, laser cutting, BIW welding lines, palatalizing, tending robots on press machines, CNC machines and so on.

  • The Chassis Base
  • Rear Castor
  • Encoder Wheels
  • Battery Holder
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Misc Parts

This section discusses some potential safety considerations for electric vehicles. As noted, it was not the intention to imply that electric vehicles are unsafe or would expose the public to greater risks than conventional vehicles.

  • Electrical safety in use
  • Electrical safety post-crash
  • Crash compatibility of electric vehicles
  • Rechargeable energy storage systems

Regenerative braking is a brake strategy to utilize mechanical vitality from the engine and convert active vitality to electrical vitality and offer back to the battery. In the regenerative braking mode, the engine moderates downhill the vehicle. When we apply power to pedal of brake, at that point vehicle gets back off and engine works backward heading. When running in discredit course engine goes about as the generator and therefore charge the battery .The vehicle which is running in ordinary condition where engine goes ahead and takes vitality from the battery.

  • Operation of Motor in Electric Vehicles
  • Control System for Evs
  • Switching Model Of The Regenerative Braking

In 3D computer graphics , modeling is the process of developing a mathematical representation of any surface of an object in three dimensional via specialized software .Models can be created automatically or manually .The manual modeling process of preparing geometric data for 3D computer graphics is similar to plastic arts such as sculpting

  • Computer - generated imagery CGI
  • 3D Printing of automotive
  • Wire frame model of cars
  • Texture Mapping of automobile
  • Motion Capture of the automotive
  • Crowd Simulation

Automotive electronics are electronic systems used in vehicles, including engine management, ignition, radio, in-car entertainment systems and others. Ignition, engine, and transmission electronics are also found in trucks, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, and other internal combustion-powered machinery such as forklifts, tractors, and excavators. Related elements for control of relevant electrical systems are found on hybrid vehicles and electric cars as well.

  • Navigation system.
  • Vehicle audio.
  • Controller Area Network (CAN)
  • Turbocharger control
  • Cooling system control
  • Emergency brake assist system.
  • Automatic Door Locks.
  • Electronic Cruise Control Systems Memory Seats.
  • Vehicle Communication Networks
  • Fuel injection rate control
  • Throttle control

The lighting system of a motor vehicle consists of lighting and signalling devices mounted or integrated to the front, rear, sides, and in some cases the top of a motor vehicle. This lights the roadway for the driver and increases the visibility of the vehicle, allowing other drivers and pedestrians to see a vehicle's presence, position, size, direction of travel, and the driver's intentions regarding direction and speed of travel. Emergency vehicles usually carry distinctive lighting equipment to warn drivers and indicate priority of movement in traffic.

  • Bulbs/Globes
  • Light Cases
  • LED Bars
  • Headlamps
  • Fog/spot Lamps
  • Corner Lamps
  • Tail Lamps
  • Marker Lamps
  • Indicator Lamps
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