Industrial signal processing

SensyMot: Entwicklung neuer Sensorsysteme für Automotive-Komponenten

01.05.2006 bis 30.04.2007

The aim of the project was to replace control elements equipped with a mechanical detent with electronic (motorized) detents in order to achieve sufficient flexibility in terms of scalability and parameterizability. In addition, the control and regulation to be used are to be implemented in a programmable application-specific circuit in order to reduce the market dependence on specific components. This requires a technology transfer from university to SME. It is known from preliminary investigations that motors are basically suitable as force-feedback elements for such actuators. It is first necessary to investigate adaptive control concepts that are suitable for realizing variable behavior of a new actuator system to be developed. Neuro-fuzzy control systems are to be used, which can be modeled in such a way that disadvantages of classical controllers do not occur. Furthermore, it is the explicit goal of the research project to implement the algorithms to be developed in user-programmable ASICs after an intensive simulation phase. The implementation is to be designed in such a way that a flexible electronic component can be realized that meets the corresponding requirements of the automotive industry and allows the project partner the greatest possible flexibility with regard to various applications and pricing.

This project is promoted by:
Research project
Entwicklung einer haptischen Fuzzy-Regelung für die Automobilindustrie
Dipl.-Ing. Michael Schwetje