Evolutionary Paths Towards the Mobility Patterns of the Future, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 3642375588
  • ISBN-13: 9783642375583
  • DDC: 629.2502
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 334 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released April 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014

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This edited volume presents new insights and challenges in the field of electric mobility in relation to new mobility and infrastructure concepts as well as to renewable energies. The book covers the socio-economic view on the topic as well as technical aspects and thus offers valuable knowledge for future business models. It primarily addresses practitioners and researchers in the field but may also be of use to graduate students.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Introduction: Christian Hanke, Michael Hülsmann and Dirk Fornahl.
2: Mobility Needs and Mobility Concepts.
3: Socio-Economic Aspects of Electric Vehicles: A Literature Review.
4: Mobility Scenarios for the Year 2030: Implications for Individual Electric Mobility.
5: How Does the Actual Usage of Electric Vehicles Influence Consumer Acceptance?.
6: Identifying Consumer Groups with Satisfactory Characteristics for Electric Mobility Usage.
7: What Do Potential Users Think about Electric Mobility?.
8: Electric Car Sharing as an Integrated Part of Public Transport: Customers’ Needs and Experience.
9: Transforming Mobility into Sustainable E-Mobility: The Example of Rhein-Main Region.
10: Validation of Innovative Extended Product Concepts for E-Mobility.
11: Challenges for Companies and Politics.
12: Strategic Perspectives for Electric Mobility: Some Considerations about the Automotive Industry.
13: How Knowledge-Based Dynamic Capabilities Help to Avoid and Cope with Path Dependencies in the Electric Mobility Sector.
14: Safety Aspects of Electric Vehicles: Acoustic Measures, Experimental Analysis, and Group Discussions.
15: Transition Management Towards Urban Electro Mobility in the Stuttgart Region.
16: Assessment of CO2-Emissions from Electric Vehicles: State of the Scientific Debate.
17: How to Integrate Electric Vehicles in the Future Energy System?.
18: An Approach Towards Service Infrastructure Optimization for Electromobility.
19: Practical Insights.
20: Coping with a Growing Mobility Demand in a Growing City: Hamburg as Pilot Region for Electric Mobility.
21: The City of Bremen and Its Approach Towards E-Mobility.
22: Acceptance of Electric Vehicles and New Mobility Behavior: The Example of Rhine-Main Region.