The aim of the three-year project “EcoMobility” is to push the European mobility industry further in the direction of the “European Green Deal” and to support cities in the EU in making the transition to a highly networked and service-oriented mobility ecosystem. The goal is thus to enable data and services to be exchanged between all stakeholders in the ecosystem.
The 47 project partners in EcoMobility are working on making connected electric vehicles smarter and more sustainable. To realize this, the project team is addressing various topics in the vehicle lifecycle. Everything is represented – from efficient, DevOps-driven development with modular components to improving the perception of a vehicle’s surroundings, smart cooperation among vehicles, and sustainable management of vehicle batteries, to efficient fleet management in a Smart City.
Across the board, the project also focuses on quality aspects such as reliability, safety, and security, which are implemented primarily by Fraunhofer IESE. By developing a collaborative dynamic risk management approach, the IESE experts contribute to ensuring the safety of networked and automated mobility solutions.