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IET Modern Radar for Automotive Applications
|Editor||Zhengyu Peng, Changzhi Li, Faruk Uysal|
|Format (Paperback, Hardback etc)||Paperback|
|Brand / Publisher||IET|
Radar is a key technology in the safety system of a modern vehicle. Automotive radars are the critical sensors in advanced driver-assistance systems, which are used in adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance, blind spot detection, lane change assistance, and parking assistance.
The book covers all the modern radars used in automotive technology. A long-range radar mounted in the front of the vehicle is usually for adaptive cruise control. The medium range radars mounted in the front and rear provide wider coverage than the long-range radars and they can be used for cross traffic alert and lane change assistance. The corner mounted short range radars support parking aid, obstacle/pedestrian detection and blind spot monitoring. In real applications, these radars usually work together to provide more robust detection results. In this book, we also recognize that the future of automotive radars should not only address conventional exterior applications, but also play important roles for interior applications, such as gesture sensing for human-vehicle interaction and driver/passenger vital signs and presence monitoring.
The book is aimed at those radar engineers who are working on automotive applications.
About the Editors
Zhengyu Peng is currently a radar systems engineer at Aptiv, USA; a global technology company that develops safer, greener and more connected solutions enabling the future of mobility. Dr Peng has expertise and experience in automotive radar, radar signal processing, mm wave and microwave systems, antenna array, and beamforming.
Changzhi Li is a professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Texas Tech University, USA. His research interest is microwave/mm-wave sensing for healthcare, security, and human-machine interfaces. Professor Li is a Microwave Theory and Techniques Society distinguished microwave lecturer. He was a recipient of the IEEE Microwave Society Outstanding Young Engineer Award, the IEEE Sensors Council Early Career Technical Achievement Award, and the ASEE Frederick Emmons Terman Award, amongst others.
Faruk Uysal is a scientist at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), an affiliate member of the Advanced Radar Research Center (ARRC) at the University of Oklahoma USA, and a senior member of URSI and IEEE. He is a member of Dutch URSI committee and an elected member of the IEEE AESS Radar System Panel. Dr Uysal has expertise in beamforming theory, target detection, radar imaging, distributed radar networks, and automotive radar.