Designing Battery Swapping Stations for Electric Scooters with a Streamlined Supply Chain
IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
Air pollution results in the deaths of nearly seven million people per year worldwide. A significant concern to every individual's health is the amount of hazardous gaseous consumed by them, leading to heart strokes or chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases resulting in premature deaths. One of the significant causes is fuel combustion by motor vehicles which poses an inevitable threat to climate and health. The research focuses on building an extensive network of battery swapping stations for zero-emission scooters. Supply chain strategies were used to determine the profitable location for a distribution, production, and assembly facility to be set up globally. The Gravity Location model and Decision Tree analysis method were performed to establish a responsive and cost-efficient network.
Battery Swapping stations, Customer Satisfaction, Decision Tree, Electric scooters, Gravity Location model, Supply Chain
Industrial and Systems Engineering
M. Shanbog and H. Liu. "Designing Battery Swapping Stations for Electric Scooters with a Streamlined Supply Chain" IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (2022): 812-816. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEEM55944.2022.9989671