By, Roberto Grassi , Pierluigi Rea-2, Paolo Maggiore-1, Erika Ottaviano-2 Edited By Giambattista Gruosso 1. Introduction The development of mobile security devices is becoming increasingly popular in a number of commercial and research institutions. More specifically, remote-controlled ground (or flying) vehicles have become attractive for missions where human presence is dangerous or difficult [1-4]. However, the integration between these two types of systems ...
(Written by Andrey Gunawan and Pourya Shamsi, editors of IEEE TEI Newsletter) This article is based on an edited transcript of the IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative and Arizona State University’s (ASU) LightWorks Lecture Series given by Micheal Austin on October 28, 2013 at the ASU SkySong in Scottsdale, AZ. BYD stands for Build Your Dreams. It is a company founded in 1995 by a research scientist, Chuanfu Wang, who ...
by Thomas F. Johnson With oil prices expected to remain at record levels and with continued volatility in the market, airlines look for new ways to save fuel and therefore money. Fuel costs are an ever-increasing drain on airline revenues and profits – accounting for up to 50% of airline direct operating costs. With this in mind, taxi operations represent a significant portion of airlines' fuel costs – up to 6% of ...
Written by Andrey Gunawan and Pourya Shamsi, editors of IEEE TEI Newsletter This article is written based on part of the presentation given by Lee Krevat at the IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative and Arizona State University’s (ASU) LightWorks Lecture Series, ASU SkySong in Scottsdale, AZ, October 28, 2013. Lee Krevat is the director of the smart grid and clean transportation for San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E). SDG&E ...
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Roberto Grassi, Roberto Grassi is graduated in Mechanical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino he obtained in 2007 the European PhD Title in Applied Mechanics. ...Read More
Pierluigi Rea, In 2002 he got the Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Cassino by discussing a thesis on the Experimental Analysis of a PWM Modulated Digital Valve. ...Read More
Paolo Maggiore, Paolo Maggiore is a professor at the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department of Politecnico di Torino, that joined in 1992, where he teaches aerospace general systems engineering. ...Read More
Erika Ottaviano, She received the Master Degree summa cum laude in 1998 and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering on Feb. 2002 at the University of Cassino. Since 2002 she is Assistant Prof. for Mechanics of Machines and Mechanical Systems. ...Read More
Andrey Gunawan, Andrey Gunawan is the IEEE, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and Electrochemical Society (ECS)-awarded student members, and PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at the Arizona State University. ...Read More
Pourya Shamsi, Pourya Shamsi received his BSc and PhD from University of Tehran, Iran, and The University of Texas at Dallas, Texas, respectively. He was the chief R&D engineer of PSP Co., Iran, for six years. ...Read More
Thomas F. Johnson, Thomas F. Johnson is a Senior Advanced Technology Research and Development Project Engineer at Honeywell Engines in Phoenix, AZ. His work is mainly focused on Honeywell APU and its compatibility with airplanes’ propulsion engines. ...Read More