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ICT4EVEU Overview

ICT 4 EVEU  is a project born with the aim of deploying an innovative set of ICT services for electric vehicles (EV) in different and complementary pilots across Europe. The scope of the ICT services is the integration of different management systems operating on the existing EV infrastructures in the cities where the pilots will be run, so that related services are deployed making use of these interconnected infrastructures.

The pilots will be based in a growing, geographically speaking, scope. There will be three main pilots:

  1. Based in Bristol, UK, and its commute area. More information in www.sourcewest.info and this video
  2. Based in Spanish towns of Vitoria and Pamplona, creating a common corridor of 100 Km length 
  3. Based in Slovenia, within the main cities of the country, Ljubljana and Maribor. It will be combining the union of two cities plus an international scope, as this pilot will count with the observers from the region of Styria in Austria, which have shown a big interest in the proposal.

The pilots count with a strong consortium, an interesting scope and all the tools to become a successful approach in electromobility:

  • Consortium: it is comprised of the adequate profiles in all pilots as public administration, technology experts and energy managers have been involved.  
  • Scope: The pilots will support the interaction among different kind of vehicles: cars and vans, motorbikes, bicycles, pedestrians and public transport system EVs, etc. Target users will be electric vehicle drivers, public and privately owned fleets and public transport systems.
  • Tools: Among the technologies used in the project there will be different types of charging points, the integration of management systems for them, different kinds of EVs, devices for the users, etc. The project will also deal with the creation of a cooperation network among the cities in the pilots to foster collaboration in smart electromobility topics.

ICT4EVEU - ICT Services for Electric Vehicle Enhancing the User Experience

This project is partially funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme by the European Community.