Framework for sustainable recharging of battery electric vehicles with near-perpetual mobility


Various embodiments of the present disclosure address technical challenges related to the battery-related constraints of battery electric vehicles (BEVs). Various embodiments described herein provide an innovative framework for replenishing BEV batteries on-the-go with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and mobile charging stations (MoCS). That is, various embodiments include a mobile multi-modality recharging framework including vehicles and apparatuses configured to provide and/or receive mobile multi-modality recharging, methods for performing and/or configuring mobile multi-modality recharging, computer program products for performing operations for mobile multi-modality recharging, and/or the like. Further, various embodiments described herein provide battery replacement systems and battery storage systems that may be implemented by a BEV or a vehicle receiving mobile multi-modality recharging.

Reiner Dizon-Paradis
Reiner Dizon-Paradis
Postdoctoral Research Associate

My research interests include machine learning applications in national security, hardware security and assurance, artificial intelligence of Things, and robotics.