Over the past few years, automotive engineering has been characterized by rapid growth in active systems. Many research works have therefore been devoted to the control of such active subsystems, as braking, steering or suspension actuators. In particular the use of different actuators (braking, steering, suspension ...) allow to tackle emergency situations such as rollover, too large lateral and yaw accelerations, slipping .... On the other hand the control of suspension systems still remains of interest as this subsystem influences comfort and road handling as well. New advances control approaches such as Hinf approach for Linear Parameter Varying systems and Model predictive control have shown to be efficient in this framework. On the other hand, the complex and multivariable inherent nature of the vehicle asks for the need of integrated approaches, in order to account for the coupling dynamics (roll, yaw, pitch, vertical, longitudinal and lateral behaviors) and to deal with different actuators. The aim of this invited session is to give some recent results on vehicle dynamics control through the use of new innovative systems and control tools.
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