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    Honda Motor Obtains Patent for Hybrid Vehicle-to-Grid and Mobility Service Request System

    July 28, 2022 - Automobile Patent News


      Alexandria, July 27 -- Honda Motor has obtained a patent for hybrid vehicle-to-grid and mobility service request system. This invention was developed by Harty Ryan Douglas Roy, Whaling Jeremy, Uyeki Robert and Nadimpalli Sruthi Raju. The patent application number is 16/673,131. The International Patent Classification codes are B60L 55/00 (20190101), G06Q 50/30 (20120101), B60L 53/63 (20190101) and B60L 53/66 (20190101). Cooperative Patent Classification codes are B60L 55/00 (20190201), B60L 53/63 (20190201), B60L 53/665 (20190201), G06Q 50/30 (20130101) and B60L 2240/60 (20130101).

      The abstract released by U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states, "According to one aspect, a hybrid vehicle-to-grid and mobility service request system includes a receiving module, a transport module, a charging module, and a grant module. The receiving module receives a transport request and a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) request. The transport request is associated with transport from an origin to a destination using a vehicle. The V2G energy request is associated with providing charge from the vehicle to source equipment at a charging location. The transport module determines a first numerical value associated with remuneration for the transport. The charging module determines a second numerical value associated with remuneration for providing the charge. The grant module compares the first numerical value associated with the transport request to the second numerical value associated with the V2G energy request. The grant module grants the transport request or the V2G energy request based on the comparison."


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