Aspects for Velocity Profile Optimization for Fleet Operated Vehicles
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The cloud connecting individual commercial vehicles in the fleet provides both information resources and computational power to find optimal path for given route. As the fleet operation is usually based on repeated routes, the pre-optimized paths can be downloaded into vehicle on-board computer. This information is presented to the driver so he can maintain the optimized velocity course which saves the energy and thus extends the range.
KeywordsE-mobility Range extension Eco-routing Model predictive control
This research has been realized using the support of EU FP 7 Project No. 608756, Integration and Management of Performance and Road Efficiency of Electric Vehicle Electronics and using the support of The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports program NPU I (LO), project# LO1311 Development of Vehicle Centre of Sustainable Mobility. This support is gratefully acknowledged.
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