|Thesis abstract: |
Nowadays vehicles are equipped with many safety control systems like ABS (Anti Blocking System), ESP (Electronic Stability Program) or TCS (Traction Control System). Beside these classical systems, other category of safety devices, called ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), has been introduced in the last decade. They exploit the interaction and communication among vehicles, like in Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and the Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I), to improve the vehicle safety. The research activity aims to study and analyze innovative interaction systems like Vehicle-to-Driver (V2D) and Vehicle-to-Environment (V2E), based on a physical model of the vehicle¿s dynamics, in particular on two wheel vehicle, where the safety is more critical than the other vehicles. In this way, beside classical safety applications, it is also feasible to estimate the energy consumption, providing feedback to the driver.