Luigi Cocco

Leonardo S.p.A.

Dr. Luigi Cocco is a professional engineer with seventeen years of experience in the automotive and aerospace industry. He worked in the Electrical and Electronic R&D and Quality departments of racing/luxury/premium Italian vehicle manufacturers, such as Ferrari F1 Team, Automobili Lamborghini, and Maserati. Currently, he is Product Assurance Manager in the Leonardo - Electronics Division. After obtaining a master’s degree in Telecommunication Engineering, Dr. Cocco completed his Ph.D. in Information Engineering. From 2019 to 2021, he was a Coordination Board member of MotorVehicle University of Emilia-Romagna (MUNER). He has published several papers and four books: Modern Metrology Concerns (2012); New Trends and Developments in Metrology (2016); Standards, Methods, and Solutions of Metrology (2018); Advanced Applications of Hydrogen and Engineering Systems in the Automotive Industry (2021).

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The automobile industry is tremendously peculiar due to several strict requirements regarding functional reliability, safety standards, comfort level, high-volume production, and environmental limits. In addition, the industry is experiencing a disruptive evolution of modern vehicle research and design: electrification, connectivity, and autonomous driving. This book provides a robust overview of automotive engineering, including new proposals and the latest trends in road vehicle systems and sub-systems. Each chapter presents a rigorous analysis or a new solution in a clear and concise manner, such that professional and academic readers will appreciate both the theory dissertation and the industrial application.

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