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Advanced Electronic Architecture Design for Next Electric Vehicle Generation

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Electric Vehicle Systems Architecture and Standardization Needs

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Future generations of electric vehicles (EVs) require a scalable, layered architecture addressing different system aspects such as scalable modules, uniform communication, and hardware (HW) and software (SW) architectures. This will reduce the number of electronic control units as well as the variety of communication, sensor data fusion and charging infrastructure interfaces. The architecture is based on distributed processing with novel propulsion systems and electronic control units implemented as embedded systems containing HW and SW algorithms. Sensing, actuation, signal processing and computing devices are embedded in the electronic equipment, motors, batteries and the mechanical components. This paper presents the current advances in novel EV architectures based on embedded computing devices, communication systems and management algorithms.

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The work was supported by the ARTEMIS JU POLLUX project under the project grant. The authors would also like to convey thanks to the Public Authorities and European Commission for providing the financial support. The authors wish to acknowledge the fruitful discussions with the members of ENIAC JU E3Car and Internet of Energy for Electric Mobility (IoE) projects.

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Vermesan, O. et al. (2015). Advanced Electronic Architecture Design for Next Electric Vehicle Generation. In: Müller, B., Meyer, G. (eds) Electric Vehicle Systems Architecture and Standardization Needs. Lecture Notes in Mobility. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-13656-1_8

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