Special Issue on Emerging Smart Methods for Energy Efficient Road Mobility Systems
• 大类 : 工程技术 - 1区
• 小类 : 能源与燃料 - 2区
• 小类 : 工程：化工 - 1区
The road mobility system is undergoing a paradigm shift towards more sustainable, efficient, and smarter transportation. In this context, many novel technologies of sustainable energy, including fuel cell, solar energy, batteries, and high-efficient combustion, have been widely investigated for the purpose of energy conservation and emission reduction. Moreover, emerging smart technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI), cybernetics, internet of things (IoT), as well as high-performance computing and control, are changing the way in which transportation systems interacts with the society. Thus, future mobility becomes highly multidisciplinary and requires novel intelligent approaches to further improve the sustainability, safety and smartness of the energy systems. This special issue is to compile recent research and development efforts contributing to advances in emerging smart methods, particularly AI/IoT-enabled approaches, for enhancing the energy efficiency of future mobility systems. The focused section will also welcome contributions addressing the state-of-the-art in associated developments, methodologies, and the perspectives on future developments and applications. High-quality articles are invited that explore this growing area and provide visions for future research activities.
Topics of interest of this Special Issue include, but are not limited to:
- Smart methods for developing energy efficient mobility systems;
- AI-enabled technologies and applications in energy efficient mobility;
- Data-driven modeling, design optimization of cyber-energy-mobility systems;
- Intelligent sensing, estimation and prediction of energy mobility systems;
- Learning-based intelligent control for of energy efficient mobility systems;
- Distributed, renewable sources and energy storage for future mobility;
- Integration of ground vehicles within intelligent transportation systems, smart grid, and IoT;
- Human-vehicle collaboration for energy improvement of advanced vehicles;
- The interactive behaviors of human-energy-mobility systems;
- Intelligent approaches for exploring vehicle-traffic-grid nexus.