Business Models for Electric Mobility
Author(s): Laurischkat K, Viertelhausen A, Jandt D
This article introduces a framework for the analysis of e-mobility business models by defining central business model patterns, customer segments and essential key values of electric mobility.
Potentials for Improving Efficiency of Combustion Engines Due to Cylinder Liner Surface Engineering
Author(s): Karpuschewski B, Welzel F, Risse K, Schorgel M, Kreter S
Despite new developments like E-mobility or hybrid concepts, the combustion engine will remain of great importance in individual mobility. The article highlights the recent trends, i.e. moving away...
Using E-mobility as an Enabler for a Fast and Lean Product Development to Optimize the Return of Engineering with the Example of Lithium-ion Battery
Author(s): Kampker A, Deutskens C, Heimes H, Ordung M, Haunreiter A
As innovation cycles for new technology products accelerate, markets also demand more complex products with a highly individualized design. Particularly, electric cars represent this case and complexity is not only driven by product variants, but also by an increasing proportion and importance of software applications in value creation.
Electric-Motion in Romania – Overview: Study on Machining Parameters of EV Charging Station Mechanical Components
Author(s): Iliescu M, Bercan N, Rogojinaru A
This paper presents aspects of the development of charging station infrastructure for electric vehicles in Romania.
Transitions and Impacts of Passenger Car Powertrain Technologies in European Member States
Author(s): Harrison G, Krause J, Thiel C
In this paper the authors seek to understand the relative impacts that policies and incentives focused on e-mobility may have on the technology market shares for passenger cars, and the associated fleet energy requirements and greenhouse gas emissions.
Charging Infrastructure Implementation for EVs - The Case of Berlin
Author(s): Hardinghaus M, Blumel H, Seidel C
In order to launch and facilitate the uptake of e-mobility, many major cities are facing the challenge of supporting the development of a cost-efficient and demand-meeting system of charging points. To tackle this task, the city of Berlin performed an innovative procedure.
Privacy Preservation for V2G Networks in Smart Grid: A Survey
Author(s): Han W, Xiao Y
The privacy preservation problem in V2G networks could be more severe than in other parts of Smart Grid due to its e-mobility. In this paper, the authors analyze and summarize privacy preservation approaches which achieve various privacy preservation goals.
Selected Results of the Scientific Accompanying Research of the E-Mobility Model Region “E-Pendler in Nieder/osterreich” (Austria)
Author(s): Fasthuber D, Litzlbauer M
This paper describes selected results of the scientific accompanying research of the e-mobility model region "e-pendler in nieder¨osterreich" which is a co-financed model region of th...
Can Privacy Concerns for Insurance of Connected Cars be Compensated?
Author(s): Derikx S, de Reuver M, Kroesen M
Internet-of-things technologies enable service providers such as insurance companies to collect vast amounts of privacy-sensitive data on car drivers. This paper studies whether and how privacy concerns of car owners can be compensated by offering monetary benefits.
Bidirectional Charge- and Traction-System
Author(s): Bruell M, Brockerhoff P, Pfeilschifter F, Feustel H-P, Hackmann W
The field of fast charging is diverse. Many solutions use dedicated additional costly components for each charging type. To push the E-Mobility market, a new system for charging is proposed comprising of E-Machine, Inverter and Boost DC/DC converter with a minimum of additional components.