New project will map the characteristics of a number of e-vehicles for personal mobility

The project: “Characterizing and classifying new e-vehicles for personal mobility” is funded through Skyltfonden and aims to evaluate and compare different new e-vehicles for personal mobility in an exploratory study. The vehicles will be equipped with loggers and various sensors and evaluated for stability, maneuverability and comfort. There are 6 master students that will work on the project for about 6 months. This associated project will be placed in the research area Road user behavior.

Another project related to this subject is Safe-epmvs. The main objective of this project is to provide advices that could support the design of policy instruments (e.g. infrastructure and regulations) and technological development of e-PVMs, to ensure a safe utilization of these vehicles.

https://www.saferresearch.com/projects/safe-epmvs

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