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Aggregator to Electric Vehicle LoRaWAN Based Communication Analysis in Vehicle-to-Grid Systems in Smart Cities

Paper - 07 Jul 2020

In this paper, wireless channel analysis for aggregator and electrical vehicle communication using Long-Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) technology in V2G is presented, in order to test a low-cost solution with large coverage and reduced power consumption profile. Wireless channel and system-level measurements have been performed in a real urban scenario between EV’s charging station in Pamplona (Spain) and a vehicle in motion using LoRaWAN 868 MHz devices. Wireless channel characterization is performed by implementing a full 3D urban scenario model, including elements such as buildings, vehicles, users and urban infrastructure such as lamp posts and benches. By means of in-house developed 3D Ray Launching algorithm with hybrid simulation capabilities, estimations of received power levels, signal to noise ratio and time domain parameters have been obtained, for the complete volume of the scenario under test in dense urban conditions. V2G end to end communication has been validated by implementing an intra-vehicle Controller Area Network-BUS (CAN BUS) data gathering system connected to the vehicle LoRaWAN transceiver and subsequently, to a cloud-based web service. The results show that the accurate deterministic based radio channel analysis enables to optimize the network design of LoRaWAN networks in a vehicular environment, considering inter-vehicular and infrastructure links, enabling scalable, low cost end to end data exchange for the deployment of ancillary V2G services. Link to publication

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Graphic materials - 23 Apr 2020

This resource consists of all versions of the STARDUST logo in different formats. It also includes the STARDUST brandbook, which reports indications on how to correctly use the logos.

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D8.10: Report of collaboration with other project’s activities

Deliverable - 31 Mar 2020

STARDUST has demonstrated to be a new active player in the development of smart cities in Europe by collaborating with existing networks and promoting the creation of new links in order to enhance cities’ networks in different areas. This report explains the most relevant collaborations carried out by STARDUST partners with this regard during the first 30 months of project. This document is awaiting approval from the European Commission

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D7.2 Entrepreneurship Discovery Process results report

Deliverable - 31 Mar 2020

This report sets the stage for the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process (EDP) in a smarty city, which is expected to be a structured inclusive and interactive bottom-up process that helps discover and produce information about potential new entrepreneurial activities. This builds on various insights on how an EDP can be and has been approached as a central element of the design and implementation of a Research and Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialization (RIS3) in EU Cohesion Policy Programming. It refers to the discovery of entrepreneurial knowledge, which is dispersed, decentralised and divided – hidden and to be discovered over many sites and by many organisations and stakeholders. This document is awaiting approval from the European Commission

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