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Pilot 3: Ljubljana and Maribor (Slovenia)

Objective: To develop services on top of the present charging infrastructure already developed in the cities and to share some of them with the neighbouring cities in the region.

Project outcomes should enable citizens to travel through the project area without the problem of not being able to use the entire available charging infrastructure. Local/national systems should be prepared in advance to cope with the expected development of electromobility. This pilot will be externally observed by Austria.

The pilot will check the present ICT charging infrastructure solutions in different regions and try to identify present capabilities for data collection, compare them, and suggest changes in order to develop the state-of-the-art ICT system capable of safe, reliable, and fast data exchange needed for roaming and billing purposes. An important output will be a standardised set of data, protocol for data-exchange and the semantic definition of a charging station, an EV and an EV user/owner.

Another relevant part of the project is the definition of business processes to be performed in a smartgrid environment of charging stations and web environment of information systems above.

Summary table

Number of users

Type of vehicles

Charging points

Management System

Other technologies

20-30 among both cities

E-Cars, e-bikes, public and private fleets

Interconnected charging stations managed by different companies

Based on the public portal of Slovenia to offer access to users

Unique identification tool.

Portal for users.

Smart-phone based services.

 

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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.