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Evaluating the Electrification of Vehicle Fleets Using the Veins Framework

@article{Schellenberg2014EvaluatingTE,
  title={Evaluating the Electrification of Vehicle Fleets Using the Veins Framework},
  author={Sebastian Schellenberg and R{\"u}diger Berndt and Reinhard German and David Eckhoff},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1409.1003}
}
The case study discussed in this paper involves a company maintaining a vehicle fleet of one hundred vehicles. In this article we will discuss how we extend and deploy the Veins framework, which couples OMNeT++ and SUMO, to help in the process of electrifying this vehicle fleet, i.e., replacing combustion engine cars with electric vehicles to save money and lower CO$_2$ emissions. 

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