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Technical investigation on V2G, S2V, and V2I for next generation smart city planning

Adnan Khan, MD. Shahrukh; Kadir, Kazi Mahtab; Mahmood, Khandaker Sultan; Ibne Alam, Md Ibrahim; Kamal, Ainun; Al Bashir, Md Mamoon

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MD. Shahrukh Adnan Khan

Kazi Mahtab Kadir

Khandaker Sultan Mahmood

Md Ibrahim Ibne Alam

Ainun Kamal

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Dr Md Mamoon Al Bashir M.M.Bashir@hull.ac.uk
Director, PGT Admissions and Recruitments & Lecturer in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Hull University Business School



Abstract

The paper investigates a few of the major areas of the next generation technological advancement, “smart city planning concept”. The areas that the paper focuses are vehicle to grid (V2G), sun to vehicle (S2V), and vehicle to infrastructure (V2I). For the bi-directional crowd energy single entity concept, V2G and building to grid (B2G) are the primary parts of distributed renewable generation (DRG) under smart living. This research includes an in-depth overview of this three major areas. Next, the research conducts a case analysis of V2G, S2V, and V2I along with their possible limitations in order to find out the novel solutions for future development both for academia and industry levels. Lastly, few possible solutions have been proposed to minimize the limitations and to develop the existing system for future expansion.

Citation

Adnan Khan, M. S., Kadir, K. M., Mahmood, K. S., Ibne Alam, M. I., Kamal, A., & Al Bashir, M. M. (2019). Technical investigation on V2G, S2V, and V2I for next generation smart city planning. Journal of Electronic Science and Technology, 17(4), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnlest.2020.100010

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Sep 26, 2019
Online Publication Date Mar 31, 2020
Publication Date 2019-12
Deposit Date Jun 9, 2020
Publicly Available Date Jun 10, 2020
Journal Journal of Electronic Science and Technology
Print ISSN 1674-862X
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 17
Issue 4
Article Number 100010
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnlest.2020.100010
Keywords Signal Processing; Computer Networks and Communications; Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Public URL https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/3519891
Publisher URL https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674862X20300045

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