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30 September 2020

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CyberPhysical Systems

Special Issue Editor(s)

Professor Jin Huang, Tsinghua University, China
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Professor Hui Zhang, Beihang University, China
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Professor Faisal Ahmad Khan, Balochistan University of IT, Pakistan
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Professor Zhicheng He, Hunan University, China
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Dr Quan Bing Eric Li, Teesside University, UK
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Cyber-Physical Systems in Intelligent Connected Vehicles

Intelligent Connected Vehicles (ICVs), combined with advanced Internet of Things technology and intelligent car technology, is an important practice field for the integration of technology informatization and automotive industrialization. ICVs have a profound impact on various industries such as automotive manufacturing, information communication, automobile financial insurance and transportation. By applying advanced computer technology, modern sensing, information fusion, remote communication, artificial intelligence and automatic control technology, ICVs realize functions such as remote control, remote communication, OTA, fault alarm and interconnection of vehicle electronic devices. At present, functions included in ICVs need to be further improved. There also are hidden dangers in terms of the security of communication.

This Issue mainly focuses on new Research and Development technologies in ICVs, including the system function design, communication security strategy design, intelligent remote-control strategy design, and intelligent decision making system design, etc. This Issue provides a worldwide platform to share most recent results on the Intelligent Connected Vehicle. Topic areas can include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Modeling of ICV system architecture
  • Intelligent vehicle remote control system design
  • Intelligent vehicle domain controller design
  • Wireless networking and autonomous ad hoc networks techniques
  • Vehicle remote fault diagnosis and tolerant control
  • Multi-vehicle accurate positioning and intelligent planning
  • ICV state estimation
  • ICV system cyber-attack prevention
  • Vehicle risk prediction based on multi-vehicle information sharing
  • Vehicle safety and human protection in diverse traffic scenarios
  • Multi-vehicle communication security strategy design
  • Intelligent vehicle communication terminal design
  • Intelligent vehicle devices communication system design
  • Intelligent road communication component design
  • Multi-vehicle intelligent perception and decision
  • V2X communication techniques
  • Multi-vehicle cooperative automatic control
  • ICV system safety analysis
  • ICV motion monitoring
  • ICV system digital co-simulation.

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