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An Energy-Saving Speed Profile Algorithm for Cybernetic Transport Systems

Abstract : Cybernetic Transport Systems (CTS) are now available on some cities worldwide covering the so-called last-mile for people transportation. These electric vehicles are expecting to operate during several hours without interruptions. It implies that energy consumption plays a key role when it comes to extend its autonomy. This paper presents a new algorithm for reference speed generation of CTS with energy consumption considerations. It consists on a two layer controller: the first one is in charge of generating the speed reference based on an energetic model, and the second one is a high-level fuzzy system to improve some low-level undesirable behaviors. The designed system was compared with three other algorithms in a real platform, showing promising results in terms of energy saving.
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Carlos Flores, Vicente Milanés, Joshué Pérez, Fawzi Nashashibi. An Energy-Saving Speed Profile Algorithm for Cybernetic Transport Systems. ICVES 2015 - IEEE international conference on vehicular electronics and safety, Nov 2015, Yokohama, Japan. ⟨hal-01243298⟩



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