Electric Vehicle Telematics Framework for Smart Transportation
This paper functionally designs an efficient electric vehicle telematics framework for smart transportation, aiming at providing an EV-related advertisement via digital multimedia broadcasting. Taking advantage of information technology and wireless communication, the telematics system can support electric vehicle tracking, vehicle sharing, charging station selection, and location data analysis. The electric vehicle charge service develops a reservation protocol between drivers and stations, station-side scheduling, and path adaptation according to a new charge plan. In addition, as a promising business model, electric vehicle sharing needs station placement and relocation schemes, to which a previous pick-up point analysis result can give a helpful guide. The telematics framework enriches the related applications with diverse basic service building blocks and thus accelerates the penetration of electric vehicles into our daily life.
KeywordsRoad Network Electric Vehicle Smart Grid Road Segment Path Adaptation
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