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Tire-road friction estimation utilizing smartphones

TitleTire-road friction estimation utilizing smartphones
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsJaynes, M, Dantu, R
Conference NameInformation Reuse and Integration (IRI), 2014 IEEE 15th International Conference on
Date Published08/2014
KeywordsAcceleration, Bluetooth, bluetooth-enabled smart phones, CAN-bus, controller area networks, dangerous low-traction situations, driver information systems, Estimation, friction, graphical user interfaces, mobile computing, road safety, road vehicles, Roads, Safety, safety information, smart phones, tire-road friction estimation, traction, tyres, vehicle safety features, Vehicles, vehicular CAN-bus networks, vehicular safety, Wheels

<p>Tire-road friction is an important parameter for a number of different safety features present in modern-day vehicles, and the knowledge of this friction may also prove useful to the driver of a vehicle while it is in motion. In particular, this information may help inform a driver of dangerous low-traction situations that he or she may need to be aware of. Furthermore, since a growing number of drivers have access to Bluetooth-enabled smartphones, it is worth exploring how these devices may be leveraged in concert with vehicular CAN-bus networks to provide valuable safety information.</p>

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UNT Department: 
Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
UNT Center: 
Center for Information and Cyber Security (CICS)
UNT Lab: 
Network Security Laboratory (NSL)