Exciting news! Our recent paper on the management of a free-floating electrical scooters fleet, presented by Francesco Canceliere at the Lambda Mu 23 Congress in October, is now available online for free!

We, at PHIMECA, are proud to work on this project as part of the GREYDIENT consortium, an ITN Marie Skłodowska-Curie network funded by the European Union. The paper focuses on developing an electrochemical battery model, validated through the use of real data, and applies it to the case of the management of an e-scooter free-floating fleet. The Lithium Ion battery is a crucial element of e-scooters since it affects the overall performance and accounts for about one-third of the total cost.

We hope that our research will contribute to the development of more efficient and sustainable transportation systems. You can access the full paper here.