Wireless controller and smartphone based interaction system for electric bicycles.

Jorge REVUELTA HERRERO, Gabriel VILLARRUBIA, Alberto L. BARRIUSO, Daniel HERNÁNDEZ, Álvaro LOZANO, Marco Antonio DE LA SERNA GONZÁLEZ

Abstract


Throughout the last years, great improvements have been made in the automotive industry, a sector with a high impact in both economics and social environments. Many development efforts have targeted on satisfying the need of providing smart environments to the end user in vehicles, such as cars. This paper proposes a brand-new solution in the automotive field, consisting of a new product family which aims to transform the traditional bicycle to an electric bicycle using an architecture that provides an adaptive environment to the user, improving the driving experience enabling value-added services.

Keywords


wireless; controller; smartphone; electric bicycle; ebikemotion

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