Car movement pattern data

Information about this project is mainly in Swedish.​

How cars are driven today will be an important factor for how electric and hybrid electric vehicles are able to charge and maximise use of batteries in the future. This will affect the economy of the individual owner, the developing and dimensioning of cars, as well as the infrastructure and expansion of charging stations. To improve and support possibilities for the development of the infrastructure and electrical systems, data of drive patterns and vehicle usage will be needed.

This project will be performed at the department of physical resource theory at Chalmers institution for Energy and environment, Test Site Sweden at Lindholmen Science Park and Consat. The project is also financed by the Swedish Energy Agency, Göteborg Energi, Vattenfall, Lindholmen Science Park and Telenor.

Read the final report here (rev. 2) >>>

 

 

Published: Fri 29 Nov 2013.