Battery service provider system specification, Electrical Engineering

  • The vehicle batteries shall be owned by the battery service provider.
  • The automobile battery shall be recyclable, environmentally friendly, and safe.
  • The battery service provider system shall provide charge locations for users that encourage recharging during non-peak hours.
  • The battery service provider system shall provide battery swap stations for users.
  • The battery service provider system shall design charge locations and battery swap stations using available and emerging technology.
  • The battery service provider system shall adhere to current standards for design of battery charge stations and swap stations.
  • The battery service provider system shall design charge stations and battery swap stations that interface with systems designed from other countries and vehicle manufacturers.
  • The battery service provider system shall primarily rely on robotics for performing the battery swap at battery swap stations.
  • The battery service provider system shall rely on manual replacement when robotics is not available for performing the battery swap at battery swap stations.
  • The battery service provider system shall provide charge stations and swap stations at a rate similar to the availability of current refuel stations, or one per every 2,500 people.
  • The battery service provider system shall provide charge stations that allow users to charge automobile system while the user is at work.
  • The battery service provider system shall provide charge stations that allow users to charge automobile system while the user is at retail stores.
  • The battery service provider system shall provide charge stations that allow users to charge automobile system while the user is at home.
  • The battery service provider system shall provide charge stations that allow users to charge automobile system while user is at designated public parking areas.
  • The battery service provider system shall be able to determine the status of battery of the automobile when connected to the charge station.
  • The battery service provider system shall allow the driver to reserve a charging spot at their destination prior to arrival.
  • The battery service provider system shall allow the driver to book a battery swap bay prior to the arrival at the battery swap station.
  • The battery service provider system shall allocate power to minimize the cost of energy (i.e. only charge the vehicle to 80% if charging at peak price time).
  • The battery service provider system shall use the current power grid to supply power to vehicles.
  • The battery service provider system shall automatically negotiate with the power utility on price of energy.
  • The battery service provider system shall communicate power consumption per vehicle with the power utility.
  • The battery service provider system shall be able to return power to the grid in case of emergency.
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