In the »SaxMobility II« project the necessary conditions are created to test the principle of standardised access to charging infrastructure and billing via mobile terminals as well as to levy payment through local public transport payment platforms. The scheme also specifically contributes to eventually establishing common mobility services with transport operators in order to promote multimodal transport use through a combination of electric vehicles and local public transport.
Aside from the project partners’ further continuation of fleet operation with electric vehicles, the expansion of applications on the subject of »Making vehicles available — charging pole location — charging — billing« is planned. To continue on with previous activities the charging infrastructure is being expanded as required in (semi-) public transport areas, existing charging stations technically adapted and the stock of electric vehicles increased for customer and fleet use. The tests and data collection is being continued and scientifically evaluated. For the implementation of the access and settlement system, appropriate hardware components must be employed and software systems adapted which meet the technical demands of the grid at an acceptable price.
The project thus helps to raise public perception as well as the acceptance of electromobility, in that its use is made easier and can be experienced.