DENSO`s V2X Technology - DENSO International America, Inc.

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DENSO’s V2X Technology
Where We Are Today and Where We Want to Be
Roger Berg, Vice President, Wireless Technologies
DENSO International America, Inc.
Introduction
Outline
 About DENSO & Connected Vehicles
 Day One Benefits
 Vision for the Future
 How to Get There
About DENSO
Global Supplier of Advanced Automotive
Technology, Systems and Components
• Established: Dec.16,1949
• Capital: US$2.3 billion
• Net Sales: US$37.7 billion
• Net Income: US$1.720 billion
• Employees: 120,000 in 35 countries
• Customers: All major automakers worldwide
U.S. dollar amounts have been translated, for convenience only, at the rate of 83.15 yen = US$1, the approximate exchange rate prevailing in
the Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market on March 30, 2011.
DENSO’s Global Product and R&D Focus
Fuel Efficiency, Safety, Information & Communication
● Powertrain Products
Engine management system,
electronically-controlled gasoline direct
injection system, starter, alternator, hybrid
components
● Climate Control Products
Automatic air conditioner, car heater,
rear cooling unit, compressor,
sensors, battery thermal, etc.
● Body Electronics Products
Instrument cluster, windshield
wiper, remote keyless entry
system, IC flasher, horn, etc.
● Driving Control and Safety
Cruise control system, airbag sensing
system, vehicle stability control, antilock
braking system, traction control system,
etc., Head-up display, active safety
sensors
DENSO and V2X
2007
2008
WSU 1.0:
- Supply to US
OEMs
- CICAS-V
WSU 1.0:
- Demo @
ITS WC
- VSC-A
WSU 1.0:
- AKTIV
project DNDE
full time V2X
employee
Propagation
test using
700MHz
test radio
WSU
1.0:
C2CCC
demo
700MHz
radio unit
large scale
test / demo
2009
ITS WC
papers on
congestio
n & DSRC
link range
2010
WSU 1.0
- Full WAVE
- China
deploy.
WSU 1.5:
WSU 1.0:
-Travolution - for DRIVE
C2X and
Project
[email protected]
WSU 2.0
for Japan
FOT with
MIC*1
Driving
standardized
FOT for MIC*1
2011
2012
WSU 1.5:
USDOT Model
- Demo ITS WC Deployment
- DOT Driver
Clinic ASD
(mini WSU)
ITS WC Vienna
ETSI
Plugtest,
DRIVE C2X
Harmonization
Demo US/EU
2nd ETSI
Plugtest
700MHz
Started
Product
700MHz
samples
Product
development
*1Ministry
of Internal Affairs and Communications
Where we are Today
Supported Applications
In-Vehicle Equipment – Integrated and Retrofit
Device
Primary Usage
Proof of Concept feasibility study, DOT R&D,
WSU1.0
small scale road tests
Production-like vehicle integration, large
WSU1.5
field tests
miniWSW
Photo
GPS
CPU
V2X
Vehicle I/O
miniWSU Retrofit feasibility study, larger field tests
WSU1.0 & WSU1.5
USDOT Support and R&D
2010
2011
USDOT Safety Pilot Milestones
2012
2013
Driver Clinic & Integrated LV
LV – Light Duty Vehicle
HV – Heavy Duty Veh.
TV – Transit Vehicle
Integrated HV
Retrofit LV
Retrofit HV
Retrofit TV
Agency Decision
Model Deployment
A V2X Service Deployment Scenario
Overview of one possible V2X Services Deployment
Driving Assistance Information Notification
Collision Risk Warning
Collision Avoidance Assist
Active Road Safety
- Cooperative Awareness
- Road Hazard Warning
Control Cooperation
Signage
Signal Phase Adaptation
Cooperative Traffic
Efficiency
Automated Speed Control
HW Requirements / Integration
2015
low
increased
2018
high
2021
1) Use V2X safety messages and content to provide day one benefits
• Focus on information and warning functions as new and retrofit devices deploy
• Cooperate with infrastructure systems providers for integrated V2V/I2V approach
2) Expand to more advanced (safety) services as deployment penetration increases
• Building on a mature system, use of effective safety features can proliferate
• Achieve improved functional integration to lower system cost
Day One Benefits
V2I Day One Benefits – DENSO’s Green Wave
Easing Congestion: Saving Fuel and Saving Time
Insert carpet ride video clip
V2I Day One Benefits – DENSO’s Safe Convenience
Comfort and Convenience
V2V Day One Benefits – Example
Vision for the Future
Vision for the Future
How Do We Get there
sensors
HMI
Lab
driver
monitor
V2X
Summary
 About DENSO’s capability & approach to Connected Vehicles
 Provided some examples of “Day One” V2X benefits
 A Vision for the Future of Intelligent Vehicles
 Building blocks for How to Get There

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