Road vehicle energy management and eco-driving
Linking academia and industry to cut emissions of conventional, hybrid and connected vehicles by a multidisciplinary approach.
The¬†second G-Active workshop has now been announced, ‚ÄúNovel approaches to energy management and eco-driving‚Äù , which aims to¬†bring together those interested in novel, multidisciplinary approaches to fuel saving and emissions reduction of future connected vehicles.
Held on the 14th November in Southampton, the workshop will include presentations by current project members as well as external speakers from academia and industry.
Both academic and industrial participants from fields such as automotive engineering, traffic modelling, human factors, and control engineering are encouraged to attend, for what is set to be an interesting day of discussion and collaboration.
Find out more and register here.
The G-Active project targets a reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in road transport by implementing energy management and driver assistance systems that are inclusive, predictive and adaptive. The ultimate goal is to reduce fuel consumption of road vehicles by more than 5%.