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E-Mobility

... means more than the electrification of vehicles

The implementation of electric mobility on a broad basis is a challenge for research and development activities.

Electric vehicles must meet range and safety requirements and require the development of new battery systems, highly optimized electric drives and their compatibility with lightweight construction concepts. When integrating e-mobility into the grid via charging stations, it is important to guarantee a high level of supply reliability, grid stability and voltage quality at the same time.

AIT' s three centers

are working together to create a complex and systemic approach to electromobility and provide an innovative environment for the vehicle and energy industries.

 

E-Mobility at AIT

 

 

Battery development

  • Battery materials research
  • Cell production
  • Battery testing

    Electric Propulsion

    • Component development
    • Power electronics
    • Electric drive trains

    vehicle integration

    • Integration & Simulation
    • Lightweight design
    the power supply for Charging of an electric car

    NETWORK INTEGRATION OF E-MOBILITY

    • Grid integration
    • Network stability
    • Interoperability and conformance testing
    [Translate to English:] Ladestation

    Development and location planning of charging infrastructure

    • Optimization of the positioning of charging stations
    • Load management and integration into the grid
    [Translate to English:] Flottenmanagement

    Fleet management and logistics

    • Optimization of fleet plans and routing
    • Electrified automated factory traffic
    • Multimodal sustainable logistics concepts
    [Translate to English:] e-Scooter

    E-Mobility in daily life

    • Traffic safety
    • Mobility behaviour
    • Adaptation of infrastructure
    • New types of vehicle classes