18 Today's Trip

Calculate environmental and economic impact of a given trip by different cars/mobility options

The Paul Scherrer Institute has developed an open source tool for analysing the environmental and economic impact of current and future mobility options: carculator. The aim of this challenge is to allow people to provide inputs for a specific trip (e.g. car type/size class, trip distance, exact route) to see the difference between using combustion and electric mobility in a graphically interesting way. Specifically, we would need to:

  • Enhance calculator tool with energy consumption for ascending, and energy recovery while descending
  • Add vehicle-specific parameters from one of the public databases
  • Get routing from Open Route Service
  • Work on a web GUI with nice maps

Event finished

29.08.2020 13:00

Event started

28.08.2020 07:00

Team forming

romainsacchi has joined!

05.03.2020 09:50

Worked on documentation

05.03.2020 09:34 ~ cmutel

Team forming

cmutel has joined!

05.03.2020 09:34

Project started

Initialized by cmutel 🎉

05.03.2020 09:34
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