Research subcontracted from the project
iCompose: Intelligent Control of Multiple-Motor and Multiple-Storage Full Electric Vehicles

Project iCOMPOSE is related to novel comprehensive energy management system for different drivetrain configurations (with single or multiple electric motors, 1 or 2 energy storage systems), which improves energy efficiency, driveability, safety and comfort of FEVs. This subject is currently investigated within the European Union (EU) funded Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) consortium iCOMPOSE, focused on the development and experimental testing of novel control strategies.

Project is solved by consortium research public and private institutions/companies.

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Acronym: iCOMPOSE
Name: Intelligent Control of Multiple-Motor and Multiple-Storage Full Electric Vehicles
UTIA Subcontract No.: 6002 (General contract ENS/2010/UTIA with updated pricelist)
web: http://www.i-compose.eu
Consortium: Kompetenzzentrum - Das virtuelle Fahrzeug, Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Austria (Project Coordinator)
University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Flanders' Drive, Belgium
Hutchinson, France
AVL List, GmbH, Austria
Infineon, Germany
Fraunhofer IVI, Germany
SKODA AUTO a.s., Czech Republic
Duration: 1 June 2013 - 30 September 2016