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SMART MOBILITY IN SMART CITY

Urban transport is responsible for about a quarter of CO2 emissions from transport. The gradual phasing out of ‘conventionally-fuelled’ vehicles from the urban environment is a major contribution to significant reduction of oil dependence, greenhouse gas emissions and local air and noise pollution. Fully Electric Vehicles (FEV), for public and private transport, can contribute significantly to the lowering of the current pollution levels.

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Smart Mobility in Smart City Concept

Smart Mobility in Smart City Concept

MOBINCITY scope within FEV Interaction with Energy Infraestructure

MOBINCITY scope within FEV Interaction with Energy Infraestructure

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Mobincity at RENEXPO in Augsburg

Mobincity project is represented at the fair and congress RENEXPO in Augsburg.

At RENEXPO innovative concepts for renewable energies and e-mobility are shown. The fair starts at 09.10.2014 to 12.10.2014.

Visit us in Hall 7, Stand C13/2

Mobincity at Nikola Tesla EV Rally Croatia 2014

Croatian Telekom HT actively participated in the first International EV Rally in Croatia “Nikola Tesla EV Rally Croatia 2014”. HT had a unique opportunity to present MOBINCITY project to wider public audience by providing an active support to Rally organizer. Namely, within the EV RALLY, HT successfully connected a charging station, that was commissioned few days prior to the RALLY inception in hometown of famous Nikola Tesla, with charging station control center via LTE. It was the first show case of similar kind in Croatia as well in the Adriatic region.

Hannover Messe 2014

At the 2014 Hannover Messe Fraunhofer ESK has introduced a solution for a seamless connection of electric vehicles to the power grid. As part of the both FP7 funded projects MOBINCITY and SMARTV2G initiated by the EU, Fraunhofer ESK engineers specified and implemented the required communication interfaces. At the Fraunhofer Energy Alliance booth, the researchers have demonstrated how the charging station operates as an active node to communicate with the e-vehicle and the smart grid backend using the ISO/IEC 15118 and IEC 61850 standards.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 314328.