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Title Automobile revolution : towards a new electro mobility paradigm / Danielle Attias, editor.

Published Cham : Springer, 2017.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer Energy eBooks 2017 English+International
Contents Preface Willet Kempton? -- Part I : The emergence of a new mobility paradigm -- Chapter 1 : Historical perspectives of mobility: from automotive to self-mobility. Danielle ATTIAS. Reviewer: Bernard JULLIEN.-Chapter 2 : The new mobility paradigm: Transformation of value chain and value proposition. Guy FOURNIER. Reviewer: António MONIZ -- Chapter 3 : Urban policies and their involvement in the mobility ecosystem. Danielle ATTIAS and Sylvie MIRA BONNARDEL. Reviewer: to be confirmed -- Part II : From the innovative technology to the transformation of the value chain -- Chapter 4: Battery recycling is a necessity. Hakim IDJIS. Reviewer: Dominique MILLET -- Chapter 5: Electric charging issues related to EVs. Yannick PEREZ. Reviewer: Willet KEMPTON -- Chapter 6: A Sectorial Prospective Analysis of CO2 Emissions in China, USA and France, 2010-2050. Pascal DA COSTA and Wenhui TIAN. Reviewer: Nathalie POPIOLEK -- Part III: A mobility revolution at the dawn of a societal revolution -- Chapter 7: Think of a new framework of alliances and cooperation for all mobility players. Danielle ATTIAS and Sylvie MIRA BONNARDEL. Reviewer: Bernard JULLIEN -- Chapter 8: Smart Cities at the service of the future mobility. Patrice GEOFFRON. Reviewer: to be confirmed -- Chapter 9: Autonomous car, a disruptive business model? Danielle ATTIAS. Reviewer: Dimitri KONSTANTAS -- Conclusion: New uses, new needs, to a societal change of mobility?
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
Summary This book discusses cars of the future and the new socio-economic paradigm that they represent. It examines the electromobility revolution in the traditional automotive industry and brings together multidisciplinary expertise to provide insights into the shift towards electromobility. New vehicular technologies may develop in various directions, including the smart car, and this context raises two important questions: will car manufactures maintain control over the industry? And if so, will they be able to come up with sufficiently radical innovations to steer us into the electromobility of tomorrow? One thing is certain: the transition to electromobility will be a revolution. The book's combined approach to understanding this complex reality enables readers to better visualize the possible future directions. It offers anyone interested in electromobility an excellent review of the subject and a useful roadmap to future developments.
Other author Attias, Danielle, 1975- editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Electric vehicles.
Electric vehicles -- Social aspects.
Electronic books.
Electronic book.
ISBN 9783319458380 (electronic bk.)
3319458388 (electronic bk.)
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-45838-0