DLR – Institute of Transport Research, Germany
DLR, the German Aerospace Center, is Germany’s national research centre for aeronautics and space. Its research and development work in aeronautics, space, energy, transport, defence and security is integrated into national and international cooperative ventures.
AIT Mobility – Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
The AIT Austrian Institute of Technology is Austria’s largest non-university research institute. The Dynamic Transportation Systems team at AIT’s Mobility Department focuses on the optimisation of transportation systems, building on strong expertise in the measurement, analysis, simulation and control of traffic flows. In SELECT AIT is responsible for the specification and development of the methodological fleet management framework and the management of the Austrian test site.
Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark
The Department of Transport at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is one of the largest transport planning research units with a focus on transport modelling, safety aspects of transport, logistic optimisation, transport economics, transport behaviour and socioeconomic impact assessments. Within SELECT DTU is responsible for developing and analysing user behaviour surveys and choice modelling as well as for managing the Danish test site.
CLEVER A/S, Denmark
CLEVER is the leading Danish electric mobility operator (EMO), owned by the utilities SE and SEAS-NVE. CLEVER provide electric vehicles, charging stations nationwide, financing services, operation, advice and environmental optimization in relation to electric vehicles and public infrastructure. CLEVER is also behind Europe’s largest EV research project – Test-an-EV (testenelbil.dk). The data produced by the project gives CLEVER a unique knowledge on EVs. The project’s 175 electric cars will be tested by, in total, up to 1600 Danish citizens all over the country for a period of two years. Each test driver will share their personal experiences and CLEVER will collect technical data on battery technology, driving patterns and the EVs influence on the energy net. The project is supported by both public and private funding.
Consilio Information Management GmbH, Austria
Consilio Information Management GmbH works in information and data management for data centers and software development as well as research for vehicle tracking systems and new technologies with respect to electric vehicles. Consilio contributes extensive experience in fleet management systems and electric vehicles to support the development of the methodological framework and exemplary applications.
Reffcon GmbH, Austria
Reffcon GmbH is an interdisciplinary consultancy focusing on the definition of low carbon mobility strategies including the adoption of electric vehicles. It cooperates on electromobility with partners such as the test region VLOTTE in Austria or RWE Germany. Within SELECT Reffcon contributes its practical knowledge and experience to support the development of the methodological framework and exemplary applications.