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Data visualization of the current state of electric mobility infrastructure

Buchberger, C. (2020) Data visualization of the current state of electric mobility infrastructure.

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Abstract:The goal of this graduation project is the visualization of the current state of Emobility infrastructure. Having a reliable and convenient charging infrastructure in place is the key factor to achieve widespread adoption of Emobility. The target audience includes companies related to the field, such as OEMs, charging network providers, as well as people who have a general interest in understanding the challenges facing the industry. To accomplish this, research in the field has been deducted and the key factors which are defining and influencing the state of infrastructure have been outlined. Existing visualizations related to the Emobility infrastructure as well as similar domains have been analysed. A total of five visualizations have been designed to represent the current state of electric mobility infrastructure. Those include the distribution of charge points among the world, charging networks within Europe, charging speed, range of EVs (Electric Vehicles) and the relation between purchase price and range of EVs. The results have then been tested and re-evaluated with people representing the two target groups. They have then been implemented and presented on a landing page together with the findings of Gleb Podorozhnyy, whose project focused on the market side. Presented as a story and including background information as well as interesting facts and figures, an extensive overview of the current state of Emobility has been created. Hubject hopes to benefit from the project by attracting new clients as a thought leader of Emobility.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:55 traffic technology, transport technology
Programme:Creative Technology BSc (50447)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/82505
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