Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
DOI : 10.5370/KIEE.2016.65.1.150
Title & Authors
Development of a Control System for E-Bike Based on IOT Park, Jong-Jin; Cho, Bum-Dong;
In this paper, a control system for E-bike based on IOT was developed, which collects and monitors information of states of E-bike and surrounding environments from several sensors and control devices in E-bike, and informs the possible dangers to rider when riding the E-bike. Developed electronic control system can manage battery efficiently, obtain battery`s remaining power in real-time and provide possible riding distance to rider. It makes possible for rider to schedule near optimal riding route in terms of battery usage and respond quickly to battery discharge. Results of applying developed system to E-bike show that according to driving-mode, possible driving distance can be calculated efficiently and using user application App, real-time driver position marking and driving route searching functions lead to energy efficient E-bike driving. Later we will endeavor to integrate BMS, ECU, smart-phone and PC(server) to provide stable driving system based on various driving information of E-bike.
E-Bike;LEV(Light electric vehicle);IOT;Smart drive;Power module;
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