University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy
University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy
National Institute of Metrology (NIM), China
Within the field of metrology applied to automotive, speed measurement and its traceability represent an important aspect. Different on-board and off-board meters were developed in the last years to measure the speed of vehicles. These are based on different technologies and characterized by different accuracy and issues to be faced. This Special Session aims to represent a forum for researchers and practitioners from industry, academia, and government interested in methods, systems, and devices for speed meters realization and calibration.
Topics of this Special Session include, but are not limited to:
- Methods and systems for designing, optimizing and characterizing vehicle speed meters;
- New methods for vehicle speed meters;
- Method and devices to optimize the performance of existing vehicle speed meters;
- Data processing and advanced techniques for on-boar and off-board vehicle speed meters;
- Calibration methods to allow the traceability of vehicle speed meters;
- Metrological characterization of calibration methods for vehicle speed meters;
- Fault Diagnosis of speed meters.
Marco Laracca he is associate Professor of Electrical and Electronic Measurements at the University of Rome - La Sapienza, Italy, and he has been the Chief of the ACCREDIA Notified Metrology Laboratory since 2018.
His current research interests include the realization of measurement systems for nondestructive testing, sensors realization and characterization, electric measurement under non-sinusoidal conditions, and vehicle speed meters calibration and characterization.
Luigi Ferrigno he is currently a Full Professor of electrical and electronic measurements and scientific manager of the Industrial Measurements Laboratory, University of Cassino, Cassino, Italy. From 2009 to 2018 he has been the Chief of the ACCREDIA Notified Metrology Laboratory LAT105;
He has coordinated and participated in several national and international research projects.
His current research interests include the development, modeling, realization and experimental and characterization of sensors and measurement systems, the realization of devices and measurement algorithms and nondestructive evaluation (NDE).
Lei DU he is the head of Vibration and Kinematics Parameters Laboratory at the National Institute of Metrology (NIM), China. He is also the main contact of China at the OIML TC 7/SC 4: Measuring Instruments for Road Traffic, and is the voting member at the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society TC 41: Traffic Enforcement Technologies.
His current research interests include pattern evaluation, verification and calibration on off-board road vehicle speed meters for traffic speed enforcement, calibration on on-board and off-board reference facilities for road vehicle speed measurement, kinematics parameters measurement, Doppler radar sensor calibration and environmental perception technology in intelligent connected vehicle.