Luigi Cocco

Maserati S.p.A.

Dr. Luigi Cocco is a professional engineer with fifteen years of experience in the automotive industry. He worked in the Electrical and Electronic R&D and Supply Quality departments of racing/luxury/premium Italian vehicle manufacturers, such as Ferrari F1 Team, Automobili Lamborghini, and Maserati. Currently, he is Head of Global Value Optimization for Passive Safety, Active Chassis and ADAS systems for all former FCA brands. After obtaining a master’s degree in Telecommunication Engineering, Dr. Cocco obtained a Ph.D. in Information Engineering. Since 2019, he has been a member of the Coordination Board of MotorVehicle University of Emilia-Romagna (MUNER). He has published several papers and three books: Modern Metrology Concerns (2012), New Trends and Developments in Metrology (2016), and Standards, Methods, and Solutions of Metrology (2018).

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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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