Christian Adler

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Intervehicle communication (IVC) and its diverse application possibilities are experiencing growing interest both in research and industry. The dissemination of active safety messages generated by context-sensitive applications in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) promises to improve passenger safety and comfort. One of the main challenges inherent to the(More)
Vehicular ad hoc networks are considered as technology enabler for new automotive telematics services. In particular, those networks will enable foresighted active safety applications. However, in order to guarantee fast market introduction, a large variety of different applications with different traffic patterns must be supported. Due to the strict(More)
Guards on machine tools are intended to protect persons from being injured by parts ejected with high kinetic energy from the work zone of the machine. Stationary grinding machines are a typical example. Generally such machines are provided with abrasive product guards closely enveloping the grinding wheel. However, many machining tasks do not allow the use(More)
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