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bedogni2013interoperable


L. Bedogni, L. Bononi, M. Di Felice, A. D'Elia, R. Mock, F. Montori, F. Morandi, L. Roffia, S. Rondelli, T.S. Cinotti and F. Vergari, "An interoperable architecture for mobile smart services over the internet of energy," Proceedings of 14th IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM 2013), Madrid, Spain, June 2013.

Abstract

facilitate, The Internet of Energy (IoE) for Electric Mobility is an European research project that aims at deploying a communication infrastructure to and support the operations of Electric Vehicles (EVs). In this paper, we present three research contributions of IoE. First, we describe a software architecture to support the deployment of mobile and smart services over an Electric Mobility (EM) scenario. The proposed architecture relies on an ontology-based data representation, on a shared repository of information (Service Information Broker), and on software modules (called Knowledge Processors -KPs) for standardized data access/management. As a result, information sharing among the different stakeholders of the EM scenario (i.e. EVs, EVSEs, City Services, etc) is enabled, and the interoperability of smart services offered by heterogeneous providers is guaranteed by the common ontology. Second, we rely on the proposed architecture to develop a remote charging reservation system, that runs on top of mobile smarthphones, and allows drivers to monitor the current state-of-charge of their EV, and to reserve a charging slot at a specific EVSE. Finally, we validate our architecture through a benchmark framework, that supports the embedding of mobile EV applications and of real KPs into a simulated vehicular scenario, including realistic traffic, wireless communication and battery models. Evaluation results confirm the scalability of our architecture, and Bologna)., the ability to support EVs charging operations on a large-scale scenario (i.e. the downtown of

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L. Bedogni
L. Bononi
M. Di Felice
A. D'Elia
R. Mock
F. Montori
F. Morandi
L. Roffia
S. Rondelli
T.S. Cinotti
F. Vergari

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@inproceedings{bedogni2013interoperable,
    author = {Bedogni, L. and Bononi, L. and Di Felice, M. and D'Elia, A. and Mock, R. and Montori, F. and Morandi, F. and Roffia, L. and Rondelli, S. and Cinotti, T.S. and Vergari, F.},
    title = {{An interoperable architecture for mobile smart services over the internet of energy}},
    booktitle = {14th IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM 2013)},
    keywords = {Internet;computer network management;computer network reliability;data structures;embedded systems;mobility management (mobile radio);ontologies (artificial intelligence);open systems;smart phones;telecommunication traffic;EM;EV;European research project;Internet of Energy;IoE;KP;data access-management;electric mobility;electric vehicle;interoperable architecture;knowledge processor;mobile smart phone;mobile smart service;ontology-based data representation;remote charging reservation system;scalability;service information broker;shared information repository;simulated vehicular scenario;software architecture;software module;wireless communication;Batteries;Cities and towns;Computer architecture;Mobile communication;Ontologies;Smart phones;Vehicles;Electric Mobility;Mobile Services;Performance Evaluation;Smart-M3 technology;Software Architectures},
    year = {2013},
    month = {June},
    address = {Madrid, Spain},
    publisher = {IEEE},
    doi = {10.1109/WoWMoM.2013.6583495},
   }
   
   

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