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EMC for the Functional Safety of Automobiles
Electronic sub-assemblies (ESAs) are being increasinglyused where they could affect vehicle safety risks,including every aspect of drivetrain control, and manyaspects of body control, including lighting, displays, indicatorsand mirrors. Anything that could affect the direct control of avehicle, or could confuse other road users, is of concern Indeed, there are many current developments that are safetyrelated,such as automatic parking, intelligent cruise control,automatic lane following, vision-aids, and vehicle-to-vehicletelemetry (enables vehicles to start braking when traffic aheadslows, even when hidden around bends or in fog) that wouldnot be possible without advanced electronics and its software.
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