Electric Autonomous Vehicle Case Study Analysis
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Series/Report no.:The Ohio State University. Campus as a Living Laboratory. Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability (EEDS) Capstone. 2017
The purpose of this report is to outline the research conducted by the EAV Benchmark/Case Study group as part of a collaboration between The Ohio State University’s Environment, Economy, Development, and Sustainability Capstone course and the City of Columbus’ Smart Columbus Project. The City of Columbus wishes to deploy a fleet of connected Electric Autonomous Vehicles (EAVs) in Easton Town Center in order to eliminate travel issues for first mile/last mile commuters and shoppers, increase efficiency of business logistics within the commercial district, and reduce the negative environmental impacts that result from the use of traditional transportation modes. In order to help the city achieve these goals, we completed a set of research objectives aimed at informing Columbus of the best practices and key challenges learned from global leaders for EAV frameworks.
Course Code: ENR/AEDE 4567
Academic Major: Environment, Economy, Development, and Sustainability