Nowadays, it is very important to explore the qualitative characteristics of autonomous mobility systems in automobiles, especially disruptive technology like Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Infrastructure to Vehicle (I2V), in order to comprehend how the next generation of automobiles will be developed. In this sense, this research covers a general review about active safety in automobiles where V2V and I2V systems have been implemented; identifying the more realistic possibilities related to V2V and I2V technology and analyzing the current applications, some systems in development process and some future conceptual proposals. Mainly, it is notorious the potential development of mixing V2V and I2V systems pointing to increase the driver's attention; therefore, a configuration between these two technologies and some augmented reality system for automobiles (Head-Up Display and Head-Down Display) is proposed. There is a huge potential of implementation for this kind of configuration once the normative and the roadmap for its development can be widely established.
I will expose a Computational analysis method for a design of a strain fiber optic sensor. I will use three different
software programs. The first program will be MAPLE for the develop of the numerical and symbolic computations, the
second program will be ANSYS for the structural analysis and the third one will be OPTIFIBER for the analysis of
electromagnetic modes in the optic fiber. The design strategy is to translate the deformations of structures in changes in
the refractive index of the optic fiber and the subsequent modification of the electromagnetic modes of the fiber. This
strategy will be presented in detail from a computational mathematic point of view. Is hoped that this design method
proposed be useful for engineers working with optic fiber.