Engineering data-driven solutions for future mobility: perspectives and challenges

Daphne Tuncer, Oytun Babacan, Raoul Guiazon, Halima Abu Ali, Josephine Conway, Sebastian Kern, Ana Teresa Moreno, Max Peel, Arthur Pereira, Nadia Assad, Giulia Franceschini, Margrethe Gjerull, Anna Hardisty, Imran Marwa, Blanca Alvarez Lopez, Ariella Shalev, Christopher D'Cruz Tambua, Hapsari Damayanti, Paul Frapart, Sacha LepoutrePeer Nowack

Research output: Working paper


The automotive industry is currently undergoing major changes. These include a general shift towards decarbonised mode of transportation, the implementation of mobility as an end-to-end service, and the transition to vehicles that increasingly rely on software and digital tools to function. Digitalisation is expected to play a key role in shaping the future of mobility ecosystems by fostering the integration of traditionally independent system domains in the energy, transportation and information sectors. This report discusses opportunities and challenges for engineering data-driven solutions that support the requirements of future digitalised mobility systems based on three use cases for electric vehicle public charging infrastructures, services and security.
Original languageEnglish
Place of Publicationonline
PublisherarXiv Computers and Society
Publication statusPublished - 15 Mar 2022


  • Electric vehicle (EV)
  • Energy
  • Data Science
  • Mobility

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