The EmporA2 project extends the existing activities of the e-Mobile Power Austria (emporA) project. The main focus was to develop a complete system for electric mobility, such as improving the charging infrastructure. In this way, electric mobility could improve consumer acceptance on the market.
With EmporA2, the project was expanded to include additional dimensions such as range extension, and integration with public transport. At the same time, significant development steps in the existing dimensions such as grid integration, and charging infrastructure were achieved.
The focus lies in the user approach: usage barriers for the widespread adoption of electric mobility could be identified. By increasing the efficiency of vehicle and infrastructure technology, the anxiety of users to break down with an e-car could be reduced. UBIMET’s role in this project was the implementation of high-resolution weather forecasts in order to adjust route guidance according to the weather situation. The goal is to forecast the predictable range of each vehicle even more precisely.
Siemens AG Austria
A1 Telekom Austria AG
Wien Energie Gmbh
AIT Mobility Department
Raiffeisen Leasing GmH
The Mobility House GmbH
Wiener Linien GmbH & Co KG
BEKO Engineering & Informatik AG
LINZ STROM GmbH
Fluidtime Data Services GmbH
ITS Vienna Region
The EmporA2 project is funded by The Climate and Energy Fund, Austria.