The joint projects are organised according to three focus groups meeting regularly in workshops. The purpose of the focus groups is to pool the results and achieve a better integration of the research activities within the priority funding scheme.
Services can only be successful in the market in the long term and help to leverage e-mobility if thorough planning of workflows and human resources is ensured. For this reason, one of the focus groups deals with the systematic development of processes and competencies for e-mobility services.
In contrast with the traditional view of unidirectional value creation chains, successful services for e-mobility are characterised by intensive networking. Another focus group therefore addresses cooperative networks for e-mobility services on the background of the sharing economy.
The range of integrated overall solutions from economic activities, technologies and services is essential for the distribution of e-mobility. Intelligent and user-centric service systems further allow individual usage possibilities for pedelecs, electric cars, or electric vehicles regarding public transport. Thus, a specialised focus group is engaged in integrated services and user-oriented mobility concepts.