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Title:Načrtovanje in izgradnja spletne aplikacije za lokalizacijo polnilnic za električna vozila : diplomsko delo
Authors:ID Kurdumanović, Nikola (Author)
ID Cestnik, Bojan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PTF - Faculty of Engineering and Management
Abstract:Z naraščajočo uporabo električne mobilnosti se povečuje potreba po učinkoviti polnilni infrastrukturi za električna vozila. V diplomskem delu raziskujemo področje vse večje uporabe spletnih in mobilnih aplikacij za lokalizacijo polnilnih postaj za električna vozila, in sicer tako v svetu kot v Sloveniji. Opisani so principi razvoja in implementacije tovrstnih spletnih aplikacij s poudarkom na uporabi različnih tehnologij, kot so: JavaScript, HTML (ang. HyperText Markup Language), CSS (ang. Cascading Style Sheets) in drugih za ustvarjanje funkcionalnih aplikacijskih komponent. Navdih za raziskavo izhaja iz zanimanja za sodobne tehnologije ob upoštevanju naraščajoče potrebe lastnikov električnih avtomobilov po zanesljivih informacijah o možnih lokacijah polnjenja. V okviru diplomskega dela smo v grobem načrtali in razvili prototip aplikacije, ki omogoča hiter dostop do potrebnih informacij o polnilnih postajah. Rezultati naše raziskave so nam omogočili uvid in boljše razumevanje sodobnih tehnologij ter njihove praktične uporabe.
Keywords:diplomske naloge, električna mobilnost, polnilna infrastruktura, spletne aplikacije, tehnologije razvoja aplikacij, prototip aplikacije
Publication status:Published
Publication version:Version of Record
Place of publishing:Nova Gorica
Place of performance:Nova Gorica
Publisher:N. Kurdumanović
Year of publishing:2024
Year of performance:2024
Number of pages:X, 47 str.
PID:20.500.12556/RUNG-8691 New window
COBISS.SI-ID:194032131 New window
UDC:621.31
NUK URN:URN:SI:UNG:REP:QKRZWWPX
Publication date in RUNG:26.04.2024
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Language:English
Title:Design and construction of a web application for the localization of charging stations for electric vehicles
Abstract:With the increasing use of electromobility, the need for an efficient charging infrastructure for electric vehicles is growing. In the thesis, we explore the area of increasing use of online and mobile applications for the localization of charging stations for electric vehicles, both in the world and in Slovenia. The principles of development and implementation of such web applications are described, focusing on the use of various technologies, such as: JavaScript, HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and others to create functional application components. The inspiration for the research comes from the interest in modern technologies and takes into account the growing need of electric car owners for reliable information about charging stations. As part of the thesis, we have roughly planned and developed a prototype of the application, which provides quick access to the necessary information about charging stations. The results of our research allowed us to gain insight and a better understanding of modern technologies and their practical use.
Keywords:electric mobility, charging infrastructure, web applications, application development technologies, application prototype.


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