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We are a group of academics and scientists developing a new application of innovative technologies for electric mobility in limited traffic areas. Our business partners are firms and industries operating in construction and technology.
In the concerning project we will create a semi-autonomous electric vehicle in lightweight construction that supports visitors in the exploration of cultural areas, for example landscape parks.
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The project is called Electrical Explorer Vehicle (E2V). The aim is to develop a prototypic vehicle which should drive semi-autonomous with two wheels and one axis. The body is a lightweight construction reminding of a shape of an “ostrich egg”.
Occupants are navigated through an area and informed of the surrounding by new technologies. Especially elderly and disabled people should be given the opportunity to discover areas out of their everyday scope. Innovative of this concept is a vehicle control which balances the vehicle as well as a human-machine interface which offers extensive driver assistance and navigation.
Our audience is
a) our project partners working within research institutes, industrial R&D departments, firms belonging to the sectors of power, vehicle construction, light metal construction and park management who are interested in later application of the developed product;
b) project- external researchers interested in this research field and in new technologies;
c) general project external people who are addressed on trade fairs or by printed information or press releases;
d) students of the university.
We would like to have a symbol with the acronym E2V which shows attributes of the description. The design of the symbol should be memorable and it should easily be copied and faxed. The most important ideas of this symbol are the coverage of cultural areas, movement in small rooms and semi-autonomous driving.