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Development of a Vehicle Stability Control System Using Brake-by-Wire Actuators," Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control January 2008, Vol.
It's the first brake-by-wire system ever fitted to a production motorcycle and comes hot on the heels of ride-by-wire throttle systems that have become all the rage in recent years.
Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems' involvement with the G650 also includes the development of an 'intelligent' brake-by-wire control system.
Not only will there be more electronic control of the engine to maximize economy, but functions like brake-by-wire will without doubt feature in the future, too.
The papers are organized into sections covering brake-by-wire, antilock braking systems, traction control systems, and stability control systems.
Its Chevrolet Sequel fuel-cell concept, a purpose-built crossover, also launches new technologies, including e-corner and the most advanced drive- and brake-by-wire systems.
The Sequel, introduced last year at the North American auto show, is the world's first vehicle to successfully integrate a hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system with advanced technologies like steer and brake-by-wire controls, wheel hub motors, lithiumion batteries and lightweight aluminium structure.
The brake-by-wire system can also be utilized in manual transmission vehicles or vehicles controlled by remote or dual operator stations, including wireless stations.
Ford noted that the Focus FCV employs a fuel cell powertrain supplied by Ballard Power Systems and is hybridized with the addition of a nickel metal hydride battery pack and a brake-by-wire electro-hydraulic series regenerative braking system.
Future in-car control applications, such as drive-by-wire and brake-by-wire, will replace direct mechanical control of a vehicle with ECU-generated bus commands.
The Prius includes all sorts of intriguing features such as brake-by-wire system, electric air con and a button for all-electric drive in which it will run smoothly and silently at up to 35 miles per hour.
Electro-mechanical braking systems (EMB), also referred to as brake-by-wire, may ultimately replace conventional hydraulic braking systems with a completely "dry" electrical component system that replaces conventional actuators with electric motor driven units.