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Update on smartCEM EU project for electro-mobility




On 9 February 2012, four European cities/regions (Barcelona, Gipuzkoa-San Sebastian, Newcastle and Turin) came together under the EU project smartCEM (Smart Connected Electro Mobility) to demonstrate the role of ICT solutions to overcome the limitations of electro mobility for cities and citizens. The FIA is supporting the goals of the initiative in its role as a project partner.

To encourage the use of Electric Vehicles (EV) as part of everyday life smartCEM is running pilots for five advanced EV mobility services:

  • EV-navigation;
  • EV-efficient driving;
  • EV-trip management;
  • EV-charging station management, and;
  • EV-sharing management.


ICT services proposed by smartCEM will facilitate vehicle-sharing, public transportation or freight distribution and optimise the performance of EVs, increase public awareness and acceptance, and enhance the confidence of end users towards a new form of mobility: electro-mobility.

Read more about the development of the smartCEM project in its second newsletter here, which includes presentations of the pilot sites; an interview with an electric car user; and details on upcoming events and other related news.

 




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