Intelligent Vehicles International Summer School, ITEAM European H2020 MSCA-ITN
Automatic control and Robotics to the development of intelligent systems embedded on multi-actuated vehicles
Generally, the control problem of automobile systems is taken into two different points of view:
- Low level control near to the wheels, motors and actuators. The control loop is based on the monitoring the interaction between tires and the road through the vehicle dynamic model;
- High level control near to the navigational decision level. The control loop is based on the regulation of a robotic task, on the execution of a desired path based on kinematic constraints;
A participation certificate will be delivred by the UTC Doctoral School to all PhD students participating in the lectures, providing ECTS credits.
The first part is a small introduction providing some recalls of the most used vehicle dynamic models and presents a background of state observer theory applied to the estimation of unmeasured dynamics variables/parameters in order to established a complete knowledge of the vehicle dynamic behavior.
The second part presents a general theoretical background of the latest control techniques (robust control, LMIS, LPV systems, and others) of dynamic systems, followed by applications to automobile systems: driveability and stability of the vehicle's chassis.
The third part provides a theoretical background concerning control methodologies applied to mobile robot navigation. After introducing some embedded perception systems, specially visual perception of the environment provided by cameras embedded on the vehicle, the autonomous navigation problem is considered in a framework of the sensor-based control strategy.
Professor at Grenoble Institute of Technology
GIPSA lab / Control System department UMR 5216
Associate professor at Université de Toulouse III Paul Sabatier
LAAS-CNRS lab / Diagnosis and Supervisory Control
Professor at Ecole Centrale de Nantes
LS2N lab / Robotic Perception and Autonomous Systems
Alessandro Correa Victorino
Associate professor at Université de Technologie de Compiègne
Heudiasyc lab / Vehicle Dynamics and Robotics
Research Director at INRIA Rhône-Alpes
e-Motion project-team / Robotic Perception and Autonomous Systems