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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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Huge Media Response about Project presentation at MIPRO 2013 in Opatija

At 36th International  Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics, Croatian Telecom, (HT) partner of the Project Consortium, presented the MOBINCITY Project and first project results. More than 16 different media channels, newspapers, online magazines and TV channels published articles about the HT-Presentation and the showed EVs.

Following specific objectives were explained and presented at MIPRO:

Distributed control approach for community energy management systems in presence of storage

At the 20th Annual Mediterrean Conference on Control & Automation July 2012, SAPIENZA, Università di Roma, presented a preliminary approach for the UCIE0102. EV Charging Load Allocation. It shows a system architecture and suitable control methodologies for the management and control of Distributed Generation (DG) units, Renewable Energy Resources (RES), Active Demand (AD) and storage units, being these Electric Vehicles (EV) or Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).

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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.