Autotööstus

Introduction to self-driving vehicles' sensors: Radars

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Self-driving cars require sensors to perceive the surrounding environment. Radar, in addition to LIDAR, ultra sound sensors and video cameras, are the most commonly found sensing solutions in cars today. This belief in radar is reinforced by the newfound trend by Tesla in self-driving cars, to use radar as its main sensing solution instead of […]

Electronics

Videopost: Altium for beginners

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Introduction The PCB (Printed Circuit Board) is one of the most important inventions of the last century in the field of electronics, which allows us to combine hundreds of different components. In the last 40 years the electronics designs have become more complex, requiring higher accuracy, smaller footprints, some which are smaller than needle’s head, […]

Asjade Internet

Self-driving vehicles and the Internet of Things

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In the four previous posts we described the process of developing Iseauto. Now it is  time to look how Iseauto is part of IoT. Therefore, in this post we are considering it as self-driving vehicle, thus the following describes any kind of self-driving vehicle. So, the IoT is network of devices connected via Internet, where […]

5G

TalTech Iseauto. 4/4: The overview of the bus

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TalTech Iseauto is developed by TalTech students of the School of Information Technologies and the School of Engineering and Silberauto AS. ABB has also contributed as one of the project’s partners. In the previous three sections we focused on developing the TalTech Iseauto, it is now time to take a look at what the final […]

Autotööstus

TalTech Iseauto. 3/4: Building the bus

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TalTech Iseauto is developed by TalTech students of the School of Information Technologies and the School of Engineering and Silberauto AS. ABB has also contributed as one of the project’s partners. While in the previous two posts we focused on the Mitsubishi i-Miev’s driving logic and the development of controlling algorithms for the Mitsubishi i-Miev […]

Cumulocity

Smart city concept at TTÜ campus

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The Internet of Things around us In recent years, one of the more started Internet of Things (IoT) has been to categorize all devices that are in some way interconnected with the network and are able to communicate with each other without the participation of a person. The list of applications for such equipment increases day […]

LoRaWAN

LoRa IoT network available at the TTÜ campus

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LoRaWAN

Since at the end of 2017. it is possible to use LoRaWAN network at the TTÜ campus. Although the coverage area of the LoRaWAN network is officially advertised more than 15km, in urban conditions could be taken into account in a relatively decent area within few kilometers. The services provided by the network can be […]