Research Projects

Research and innovation are the basis for the advancement of electric mobility. For this reason the E-Mobility Cluster Regensburg mobilizes and plans research projects. Here you will find an overview of the current research projects of the E-Mobility Cluster Regensburg.

SCC - Smart Charging Community

"Smart Charging Community" - under this project name an adaptive energy management system is created that improves energy efficiency and integrates the electric mobility. 

SIAM - System for Intelligent Appointment Management

The "System for intelligent appointment management", SIAM, should help users to handle their organisations of workflows and work planning. 

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Feasibility study inductive charging of E-Taxis

The E-Mobility cluster is currently examing the feasability of this project in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Birgit Rösel from the Eastbavarian technical university of Regensburg.

Secure Smart Grid Load Balancer

Aim of the project is to develop a safe control unit that replaces the conventional (wireless) ripple control. By the (wireless) ripple control, bulk consumers in the households (so called controllable loads) are controlled by the network operator up until now.

NoFaRe - Optimized energy management using sensor data fusion and correlation analysis

In this R&D-project, a system which collects and stores measured values by evaluting existing and a minimum quantity of additional sensors on the basis of interactions and overlaps. It is the goal to minimize the capital expenditures for energy-, facility management as well as security systems to be achieved by less sensors.

SEMP - Smart energy management program

Aim of the project is to develop an innovative feed-in and load management to relief the power supply and optimize energy costs.