Final Event Posters
A number of Self-Standing Roll-Up Banners were produced on the occasion of the FABRIC Final Event and Demonstration, in Turin and Susa (Italy), on 21-22 June 2018. These posters present in short the work conducted and the results achieved in the different Work Package of the project. The Roll-Up Banners were part of the Final Event exhibition that was held in parallel with the Final Conference on the 21st of June, in Politecnico di Torino and of the smaller exhibition that was available to all demonstration participants in Susa, on the 22nd of June, during the breaks.
In this section, the PDF files of the Final Event banners are available for download. The banners are divided in three different areas, in accordance with the type of activities presented in each of them.
ICT requirements for on-road wireless EV charging (Download)
Grid load balancing for Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer ( Download)
Grid Alignment Assistant System (GAAS)( Download)
FABRIC Charging Solutions: An Overview ( Download)
FABRIC: Dynamic Power Transfer System architecture ( Download)
Italian test site WPT Charging Solutions ( Download)
The French Test Site WPT Charging Solution ( Download)
Slide-in Sweden: Conductive ERS ( Download)
Static & Dynamic Wireless Charging of Electric Buses ( Download)
French Test Site WPT Charging Solution: Evaluation Results ( Download)
Italian Test site: Testing & Assessment activities ( Download)
FCA-CRF Vehicle demonstrator ( Download)
Towards developing sustainable E-Road infrastructure ( Download)
Grid impact of dynamic wireless power transfer ( Download)
Review of construction practices for E-roads ( Download)
Monitoring and Maintenance of electric infrastructure ( Download)
E-road take-up: Business model approach & other expected impacts ( Download)
Additional A0 posters
Seven additional A0 posters focusing on the different aspects fo the two Dynamic WPT solutions developed at the FABRIC Italian Test Site were produced for the purposes of the Final Demonstration activities, held in Susa, on 22 June 2018. These posters are available below as PDF files below.
Secondary System: Receiver structure (Download)
Control & Communication Shelter (Download)
Static Charge: Coils Embedment (Download)
ANPR & SuperCapsshelter: POLITO charging Infrastructure (Download)
Italian Test Site: Control Room (Download)
Italian Test Site: Power Room System (Download)
Italian Test Site Charging Solutions: The SAET WPT system (Download)
- Maurizio Maggiore, Project Officer, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, H2, Belgium│ Presentation (PDF)
- Luis de Prada, Research Programme Manager, European Council for Automotive R&D (EUCAR), Belgium
Session I: “FABRIC project Developments””“Charging solutions and prototypes”
Peter Vermaat, Principal consultant, TRL, UK │ Presentation (PDF)
“ICT Needs and Developements in FABRIC for on-road charging”
Andrew Winder, Project Manager, Clean Mobility, ERTICO – ITS Europe, Belgium │ Presentation (PDF)
“FABRIC demonstration results”
"An in road embedded Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Solution", Paolo Guglielmi, Associate Professor, Politecnico di Torino, Italy│ Presentation (PDF)
“Versailles-Satory test site integration of a DWPT solution and achievements”, Stéphane Laporte, Project Manager, VEDECOM, France │ Presentation (PDF)
“The Slide-in project, On-road charging technology as FABRIC benchmark”, Roy Johansson, Senior Research Engineer, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Electrical & Electronics Advanced Engineering – Hardware Technologies, Sweden │ Presentation (PDF)
Session II: “FABRIC feasibility analyses results of dynamic on-road charging solutions”
“Overview of assessment rationale for e-Road deployment”
Sebastiaan Meijer, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden│ Presentation (PDF)
“Civil engineering aspects of e-Roads”
Feng Chen, Postdoctoral researcher, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden│ Presentation (PDF)
“E-road consequences for power grids, vehicle fleets and other technical systems”
Hans Bludszuweit, Technology Expert, Research Centre for Energy Resources and Consumption – CIRCE, Spain│ Presentation (PDF)
“E-road take-up: Business model approach and other expected impacts”
Juan de Blas, Partner Director, Qi Energy Assessment (Qi Europe), Spain│ Presentation (PDF)
“Discussion of assessment conclusions: where to go next?”
Sebastiaan Meijer, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden │ Presentation (PDF)
Round Table discussion: Is on-road charging a technically viable alternative for a more sustainable transport system?”
- Grzegorz Ombach, Vice President Qualcomm Halo & GM Qualcomm Halo China│Statement (PDF)
- Jean-Charles Pandazis, Head of Clean and Urban Mobility, ERTICO-ITS Europe, Belgium
- Roy Johansson, Senior Research Engineer, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Electrical & Electronics Advanced Engineering – Hardware Technologies, Sweden │ Statement (PDF)
- Jae Seung Lee, Sr. Manager, Research Strategy Office, Toyota Research Institute of North America, Toyota Motor North America (TMNA), USA │ Statement (PDF)
- Patrick Akerman, Head of eHighway Business Development, SIEMENS AG, Germany
- Gilles le Calvez, Vehicle Program Director, VEDECOM, France
- Rainer Lehmann, Head of Section V5 – Traffic Management, Road Maintenance, Federal Highway Research Institute-Bundesanstalt fuer Strassenwesen (BASt), Germany │ Statement (PDF)
Final Event and Demonstration: Results and Documentation
After four and a half years of research and development, the FABRIC EU-funded project concluded its activities at the end of June 2018 having achieved important results and innovations in the field of dynamic wireless charging for Electric Vehicles. On June 21-22, 2018, the consortium presented the results of its research work during a dedicated Final event and demonstration that was successfully organised in Turin and Susa, Italy. About 140 registered participants from automotive industries, suppliers, solution providers, road operators, research institutes and universities had the opportunity to attend the event and discuss in depth the project advances.
During the first day of the final event project results were unveiled in details through a number of technical presentations that took place in the framework of a specialised conference. Three sessions and one Round table discussion focused on the research results and innovative technological achievements of the project. The speakers’ presentations dealt with the FABRIC developed charging solutions and prototypes, the ICT needs and developments in FABRIC for on-road charging, the FABRIC demonstration of on-road charging solutions for EVs and feasibility analysis results for the technological viability of such solutions.
The conference was supplemented by a parallel exhibition through which the FABRIC partners showed their work and conclusions using videos and posters at specific slots during the conference breaks. In total 17 technical posters were presented which are available below.
Guided tours and live demonstrations were organised during the second day of the Final Event in Susa near Turin at the TECNOSITAF facilities to present the two FABRIC Dynamic Wireless charging solutions and research prototypes developed in the Italian test site by POLITO and SAET partners accordingly.
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1.1 About FABRIC and Matomo
The FABRIC project is supported and co-funded by the European Union in the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 605405. FABRIC assesses the technological feasibility, economic viability and socio-environmental impact of dynamic charging of electric vehicles (EVs). The basic project objectives can be summarised as follows: Development and testing of advanced dynamic, wireless charging solutions; Specifications for sustainable integration with road and grid infrastructures; Long-term socioeconomic impact & feasibility studies for large-scale deployment of dynamic EV charging.
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