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==WELCOME==
  
So here it is established, the Concept Car's wiki. This should be a gathering point for all documentation.
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So here it is established, the Concept Car's wiki.
  
For starters, here is a collection of the articels:
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The Concept Car, presented in Figure 1.1, is an experimental embedded system. It is a research platform based on a remote control car and several resources allowing deployment of different classes of applications. The Car is a 1:5 scale radio controlled remote control car that is - depending on the ground conditions - capable of driving at a speed of up to 50 km/h.
* [[The ARM7 board‎]]: bootloader, memory mappings, peripheals
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* [[Flashing the ARM7 board]]: how to install the bootloader
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* [[Simulink Execution on the ARM7 target]]
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* [[AT90CAN128 boards]]
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* [[CAN IDs]]: Whats going on on the CAN bus
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* [[Simulink settings for generating code]]
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:[[image:ConceptCarside.jpg|800px|The Fraunhofer IESE ConceptCar]]
  
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This wiki describes the Concept Car, its structure, components, software and hardware architecture and functionalities and presents in a detailed way how to develop and deploy applications for the car.
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  The corresponding SVN can be accessed in [[Svn|this way]]. This should be a gathering point for all documentation.
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*[[CCar_Architecture|1 - Concept Car Architecture]]
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**[[Mechanical_System|1.1 - Mechanical System]]
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***[[Mechanical_System#Engine|1.1.1 - Engine]]
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***[[Mechanical_System#Radio_Control|1.1.2 - Radio Control]]
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***[[Mechanical_System#Steering_System|1.1.3 - Steering System]]
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**[[Power_Supply|1.2. Power Supply]]
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**[[Electronic_System|1.3 - Electronic System]]
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***[[CAN_Bus|1.3.1 - CAN Bus]]
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***[[Sensors|1.3.2 - Sensors]]
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***[[Electronic Control Units|1.3.3 - Electronic Control Units]]
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****[[ECUs implementing Sensorboards and Actorboard|1.3.3.1 - ECUs implementing Sensorboards and Actorboard]]
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****[[ECU implementing Controlboard|1.3.3.2 - ECU implementing Controlboard]]
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****[[ECUs Emergency|1.3.3.3 - ECUs implementing Emergencyboard]]
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*[[Application Development and Deployment|2 - Application development and deployment]]
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**[[Platform Independent Application Development|2.1 - Platform Independent Application Development]]
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***[[Platform Independent Application Development#2.1.1. Simulink_Models|2.1.1 - Simulink models]]
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****[[Platform Independent Application Development#Software Application Code Generation|2.1.1.1 - Software Application Code Generation]]
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**[[Platform Specific Code Generation|2.2 - Platform Specific Code Generation]]
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**[[Application Deployment|2.3 - Application Deployment]]
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***[[Flashing_the_ARM7_board|2.3.1 - Flashing the ARM7 board]]
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***[[Deployment|2.3.2 - Deployment]]
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***[[The_Cortex_M3_board|2.3.2 - About the newer Cortex M3 board]]
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***[[FreeRTOS_CortexM3_HowTo|2.3.3 - Cortex M3 & FreeRTOS]]
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**2.4 - Runtime Platforms
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***[[FreeRTOS CortexM3 HowTo|2.4.1 - FreeRTOS CortexM3 HowTo]]
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*[[Adding Resources to the Concept Car|3 - Adding Resources to the Concept Car]]
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*[[Bibliography|4 - Bibliography]]
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Latest revision as of 12:49, 17 June 2011

WELCOME

So here it is established, the Concept Car's wiki.

The Concept Car, presented in Figure 1.1, is an experimental embedded system. It is a research platform based on a remote control car and several resources allowing deployment of different classes of applications. The Car is a 1:5 scale radio controlled remote control car that is - depending on the ground conditions - capable of driving at a speed of up to 50 km/h.


The Fraunhofer IESE ConceptCar


This wiki describes the Concept Car, its structure, components, software and hardware architecture and functionalities and presents in a detailed way how to develop and deploy applications for the car.

 The corresponding SVN can be accessed in this way. This should be a gathering point for all documentation.



Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.

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