Smart e-Vehicle System

  • Prof. V.S Baste, Chandrakant Khandare,Yogesh Kharabe, Amrapali Poul


Many ways have been recommended in the course of recent years to diminish carbon outflow and to decarbonize the earth, thus, lessening an unnatural weather change. It has been generally accepted that a major contribution is required to form the transportation sector in the fight for decarburization but it is very hard to do it with conventional means. The making of e- vehicles accompanies numerous difficulties like little battery limit, charging the battery, absence of frameworks as charging focuses, etc. considering all the current challenges there should be a system in place which would take out the need of large infrastructures, the long line of vehicles waiting to charge their batteries and we also have to consider the lack of battery storage capacity. The smart e-vehicle system concept is effective from an economic and environmental point of view, it will help in reducing fuel consumption, reduce pollution, use renewable sources of energy and help create a greener environment. This system is such that it will allow us to charge the vehicle when in motion, so this will not only reduce delay for transportation it will also reduce traffic jams. The aim of this paper is to make long haul transportation more environment-friendly, faster, and more economic.