The solution is a simulator / trainer control, electric bus service management. In the simulator, the user would include the position of the electric bus driver. There would be one electric bus model to choose from - preferably one of the OT from Pilot Maker Electro ScaleUp. In the absence of a willing OT, which is the bus manufacturer, a virtual vehicle will be created, similar to those offered on the market.
The trainer / simulator user will be able to become familiar with the operation of the electric bus. He will be able to control it, learn how to manage it during assigned tasks, and participate in the daily duties of an electric bus driver. Such tasks would include a vehicle inspection before setting off on a route, battery charge control tests, charging, checking the efficiency of all components, checking the elements needed for transporting people. Then the user could overcome the route in the virtual city, during which he would transport virtual passengers and thus gain experience, knowledge about the electric bus and points for performing tasks.
The simulator user will have to drive a test route during which he will have to perform the routine tasks of an electric bus driver. Driving style and technique will affect the final battery life of the bus.
The simulator together with the analytical tool will simulate and analyze the impact of the driver's driving technique on battery consumption and its efficient operation. In this way, an analytical and training tool will be created for drivers, as well as for manufacturers of modern electric buses. OT to whom the solution is dedicated: SimFabric S.A.
Project titled; "Pilot Maker Elektro ScaleUP" is co-financed by the European Union under Intelligent Development Operational Program 2014-2020, Priority Axis II: Support for the environment and the potential of enterprises to conduct R & D & I activities, Actions 2.4 Cooperation within the national innovation system, Sub-measures 2.4.1 Analysis and pilot center for new instruments inno_LAB Pilotage "Elektro ScaleUp".
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