Adapting User-Based Vehicle Relocation for ECarsharing

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							Journal   = "Band-1",
							 Title= "Adapting User-Based Vehicle Relocation for ECarsharing", 
							Author= "Christoph Prinz, Sascha Lichtenberg, Bernd Herrenkind, Alfred Benedikt Brendel and Lutz Kolbe", 
							Doi= "https://doi.org/10.30844/wi_2020_n4-prinz", 
							 Abstract= "The mobility sector has been established as a prominent example for the sharing economy. E-carsharing offers a way to introduce and utilize electric vehicles as a sustainable mobility service to solve current and future mobility issues. Nonetheless, e-carsharing still faces several challenges that need to be overcome in order to act as a mainstream means of commute. In this article, we propose user-based relocation to improve the use and availability of electric vehicles within e-carsharing. It enables value co-creation by actively involving the user in value creation, e.g. increasing the positiondependent value of a shared vehicle. By simulating an e-carsharing system, we were able to analyze the capabilities of user-based relocation. The results indicate that user-based relocation has the potential to greatly improve electric vehicle use and demonstrates an example of successful value co-creation in the sharing economy. Furthermore, it strengthens e-carsharing as a part of everyday mobility.

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							 Keywords= "Carsharing, mobility sharing, vehicle relocation, user-based, information system
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Christoph Prinz, Sascha Lichtenberg, Bernd Herrenkind, Alfred Benedikt Brendel and Lutz Kolbe: Adapting User-Based Vehicle Relocation for ECarsharing. Online: https://doi.org/10.30844/wi_2020_n4-prinz (Abgerufen 20.08.22)

Abstract

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The mobility sector has been established as a prominent example for the sharing economy. E-carsharing offers a way to introduce and utilize electric vehicles as a sustainable mobility service to solve current and future mobility issues. Nonetheless, e-carsharing still faces several challenges that need to be overcome in order to act as a mainstream means of commute. In this article, we propose user-based relocation to improve the use and availability of electric vehicles within e-carsharing. It enables value co-creation by actively involving the user in value creation, e.g. increasing the positiondependent value of a shared vehicle. By simulating an e-carsharing system, we were able to analyze the capabilities of user-based relocation. The results indicate that user-based relocation has the potential to greatly improve electric vehicle use and demonstrates an example of successful value co-creation in the sharing economy. Furthermore, it strengthens e-carsharing as a part of everyday mobility.

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Carsharing, mobility sharing, vehicle relocation, user-based, information system

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