Institute of Information Theory and Automation

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Dr. Ing. Jiří Plíhal

Position: 
Deputy head for cooperation with Skoda Auto projects
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266052511
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266052583
Research interests: 
development of electronics systems for transportation
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Students participating on the project 6002:
- Filip Hauer
- Marek Nedoma
- Gabriela Havlíčková
- Lukáš Vacek
- Radek Moucha
- Vít Pardubský
- Dominik Janda

Other activities:
- Expert of working group ISO/TC204/WG3 Technology of data-base system TICS.
- Expert of working group ISO/TC204/WG14 Warning and control Systems in vehicle and on communications.

2018-11-29 08:43

Person detail

Duration: 2020 - 2022
The EIT Urban Mobility Doctoral Training Network is a collective of universities, academics, and PhD candidates that seeks to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of urban mobility based on the knowledge triangle (education, research, and business).
Duration: 2020 - 2021
UrbanSmartPark project focusses on the development and pilot demonstration of automated vehicles that simplify driverless on-street inner-city parking and provide a broad range of possibilities for parking-related services. Activities are coordinated by Technical University of Braunschweig, Automotive Research Center Lower Saxony.
Duration: 2020 - 2021
The project TIE aims at creating a strategic infrastructure for urban policy management in the field of urban mobility. This will be done by advancing the ability of cities to define, adopt, and implement policy recommendations that aim to improve mobility, based on a thorough understanding of the TIE’s components and resources, and how those components and resources interact with each other.
Duration: 2016 - 2019
Ground Vehicle Engineering, both as extremely interdisciplinary research discipline and technological domain, receives a profound impact from increased demand on safe, environment-acceptable and user-oriented intelligent technologies.
Duration: 2016 - 2017
The key objective of the project is to describe the process and degree of a person’s (driver’s) adaptation to onboard driver assistance systems, particularly in terms of traffic safety, i.e. what positive, or negative, effects such systems may have on traffic safety. The aim is to address the problem from both the individual (i.e. the driver’s) and the social perspective (i.e.
Duration: 2014 - 2017
The aim of this project is to define parameters representing skid resistance and longitudinal road unevenness on the base of evaluation vehicle data, available on CAN bus and that are shared between different vehicle assistant systems like ABS or ASR, e.g.