Electric vehicles (EVs) are recognized to be an effective way to reduce global warming pollution. Therefore, there is an increasing interest and effort in developing new ideas and technology to spread the use of EVs as an alternative to conventional cars. However, the consumers' perception of EVs, especially concerning their limited and not-fully predictable range, is still of low reliability, thus the number of sales is increasing slower than expected. In this paper, a software tool for non-EVs owners is presented, with the aim of profiling the drivers and show which EV alternative, if any, would be suitable for each case. The final goal is to encourage electric mobility against range anxiety. The whole analysis is carried out by using experimental data collected from some users in Milan, Italy.
|Titolo:||A vehicle-user matching tool to encourage electric mobility|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|