Process and Localisation (P & L) is one of the three pilot activities of the e-MOTICON project. The activities carried out in P & L are intended to develop process models for predicting “hot” points for demanding charging of e-vehicles by individual fleets.

Main objectives:

  • Testing of various technical and communication means for identifying “hot” points for demanding charging of e-vehicles by individual fleets
  • Gain insight into the decision-making processes, mobility behaviour and demand for individual fleets, satisfaction with the existing e-charging infrastructure and its actual use
  • Disseminating knowledge through the exchange of best practices and the results of pilot activities.


  • Analysis of charging patterns of e-vehicles in Carinthia (Austria) and the Veneto region (Italy)
  • Survey on service providers, users and tourist organizations in the Rhone Valley region (France)
  • Research in the successful industrial area Freilassing (Germany)
  • A survey on local e-mobility in the Veneto region (Italy).

Method of data collection:

  • Inquiry on the feedback of smart e-charging stations (Klagenfurt, Veneto) and its analysis (UASK)
  • Surveys
  • Inter-corporate mobility management programs
  • Obtaining and analyzing data on mobility requirements acquired with data recorders used in conventional vehicles.

Case study in the industrial zone

Criteria for industrial zones:

  • Interest and appropriateness of the municipality
  • Interest of companies in the industrial zone
  • The favorable structure of the company within the industrial zone: a mix of service providers and producers
  • Question on the number and kind of initiatives to use green energy
  • Incentives for e-cars
  • Existing data on e-mobility / floating telephone data
  • Interesting mobility positions (e.g. poor link to local public transport)
  • At least 20 cars for measurements
  • Delivery (small delivery vehicles)
  • Transferability
  • Location close to the border.

Vir: e-MOTICON, Hochschule  Kempten, University of Applied Sciences