- Department of Transport Telematics
The course Telematics systems enlarges the knowledge obtained in different theoretical and practical branches and use it for system design of complex telematics systems. The main role of the course is to show the complete design methodology started from system description based on the user requirements to the specification of information and telecommunication subsystems. The important part of design should also be the economical and organizational analyses.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1.Introduction into telematics systems.
2.Basic components of telematics systems.
3.Methodology and design of telematics systems.
4.The limits of current telecommunication and information technologies.
5.The parameters of telematics chain (stability, time delay, etc.).
6.Reliability and safety requirements on the telematics systems.
7.Availability and integrity of telematics applications.
8.Incorporation of user requirements into telematics system design (module structure, etc.).
9.Integrated telematics solution (integration of data, voice and video transmission systems, etc.).
10.Practical example of transport telematics system design.
11.The technical assessment of telematics system attributes.
12.The economical assessment of telematics system.
13.The connection of transport telematics system with the public information system.
14.Expected future trends in telematics.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
- Study Objective:
- Study materials:
Saridis G. N.: Entropy in Control Engineering, Series in Control and Intelligent Automation, World Scientific Publishing, 2001
Drouin M., Abou-Kandil H., Mariton M.: Control of Complex Systems, Plenum Press - New York and London, 1991
Standards ISO and CEN
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: