At Europe’s leading Intelligent Transport Systems event of this year, from 30 May to 1 June 2022 in Toulouse, the EU project eCharge4Drivers, which is coordinated by the ISENSE Group of ICCS, was present with a special session, a paper presentation and a booth.
Our team -in collaboration with the project- organized the Special Interest Session 53 on “Improving EV charging infrastructure in European urban areas”, which examined how to improve the EV charging experience for users, proposing solutions on user-centric EV charging infrastructure for European urban areas. Dr. Evangelia Portouli moderated the session, while Christina Anagnostopoulou presented the project’s main objectives and achievements so far. Two other projects on EV charging, USER-CHI and INCIT-EV, were also part of the session.
In addition, eCharge4Drivers was also exhibited at the ERTICO stand, while Maria Pia Fanti from Polytechnic University of Bari presented a technical paper, which is co-authored by ICCS and entitled ‘Enhanced booking services for electric mobility’.