Championing Electromobility with Co-engineered Services Based on Artificial Intelligence and Interdisciplinarity


Tamisier T., Castignani G., Johannsen L.


Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), vol. 14166 LNCS, pp. 242-245, 2023


While artificial intelligence is nowadays routinely and seamlessly part of our everyday life, a large potential of its impact is yet emerging on fundamental economic, environmental, and societal challenges such as developing alternative modes of driving, especially in urban areas. This article discusses a Luxembourgish Testing and Experimentation Facility specifically devoted to the expansion of electromobility, as part of the Digital Europe project. The underlying approach combines cross-disciplinary expertise (in energy management, sustainability assessment, advanced computing, and secure communications) with powerful and trustworthy artificial intelligence for the collaborative design, implementation, and assessment of a range of innovative services answering the needs of Smart Cities and Communities for the benefit of citizens.



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