4 + 0 + 2
Lect + Tuto + Pract
Teaching Scheme
70 + 30 + 0
Theory Marks
20 + 0 + 30
Practical Marks
ESE - End Semester Examination, PA - Progress Assessment, ALA - Active Learning Assignments, OEP -Open Ended Problem

Since last few decades, car designers have turned to high technology in order to meet ever more stringent emission control, ergonomics, safety regulations and the demands of customers for better cars at global level. Multi-modal transportation become increasingly common and intelligent vehicles will cater to diverse consumer needs for information, environmental responsibility and safety. Vehicle electronics contribute significantly to improve environmental performance of motor vehicles and are, therefore, an important enabler of “green” vehicle technology. Electronics offer improved control to a variety of vehicle systems, allowing for more efficient operation of engines and other power trains, heating and cooling systems etc., resulting in less fuel or other power consumed and thus, lower harmful emissions. Today’s complex hybrid power trains could not be operated and managed without an array of electronics, including sensors, controllers and actuators. Furthermore, replacement of mechanical components with electronic components tends to be lighter, again leading to less demand for fuel and power options. This course aims to provide understanding of importance of multidisciplinary knowledge in application by appreciation about role of sensor, actuator and electronics components for modernization of automobile.
Course Outcome
The theory should be taught and practical should be carried out in such a manner that students are able to acquire different learning out comes in cognitive, psychomotor and affective domain to demonstrate following course outcomes.

i. Describe construction, functions and applications of various sensors and actuators used in modern vehicle
ii. Explain modern Ignition systems of S.I. and C.I. Engines
iii. Explain latest advancement in Engine technology
iv. Identify and describe various advanced peripheral system used in automobile
v. Demonstrate various safety features and equipment used in modern vehicle
vi. Identify various modern features for better functioning of vehicle.

Active Learning
Links for Literature:
1 mass flow rate sensor
2 exhaust gas o2 sensor
3 crank shaft position
4 coolant temp sensor
5 MAP sensor
6 vehicle speed sensor
7 rain sensor
8 diff between electrical and electronics
9 modern ignition system
10 hybrid drive system
11 compressed air engine
12 compressed air engine
23 for Video
i. (Video on Solar Car Assembly)
ii. (Video on How to make Solar Car)
iii. (Video on Solar Toy Car - Hindi)
iv. (Video on Audi V6 TDI Technology)
v. (TSI engine with Active Cylinder Management Technology)
vi. (Video for VW TSI twincharger)
vii. (Ford Ecoboost Animation)
viii. (Video on TFSI Engine in Action)
x. (Video of Hyundai new engine 1.6 GDi)
xi. (What is GPS?)
xii. (GPS Constellation)
xiii. and GPS works)
xiv. (Global Mini Tracking Device GSM GPRS GPS-for Mini Project)
xv. (Pedestrian Detection in Darkness)
xvi. (Wireless Pedestrian Detection Technology)
xvii. (Pedestrian detection and tracking using stereo vision techniques)
xviii. (Simulation of a Signalized Pedestrian Crossing)
xix. (Bosch Night Vision - Night Vision plus)
xx. (Working principle of Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD))
xxi. (Electromagnetic suspension and levitation in automobiles)
xxii. (Bosch Regenerative Braking)
xxiii. (How the CVT Transmission Works)
xxiv. (Continuously Variable Transaxle Operation)
xxv. (Video for Nissan Quest - Sliding Doors)
xxvi. (Toyota Prius Intelligent Parking Assist demonstration)