As part of the research project, Electromobility in Dresden (EMiD) and Energy and Mobility in a Network (ENMOVER), combined usage scenarios for electromobility were investigated, at the TU Dresden. For the investigation of fleet charging behavior and multiple usage scenarios, easyCharge charging units and web platform were used. The TU Dresden charging campus now includes a DC rapid charging station, two charging stations and four wallboxes. The entire charging infrastructure is controlled and managed centrally via the easyCharge control unit.

Smart Charging Infrastructure - easyCharge

  • easyCharge - Charging stations
    – Type2 16A, 32A, 16/32A automatic switching
    – Schuko
    – ISO 15118 and Powerline
    – EnergyBus
  • Central control via management unit
    (OCPP connection, 16″ touch display)
  • Charging specifications according to values from
    – Renewable yields
    – Fleet data (state of charge, telemetry, location)
    – User specifications
  • Monitoring and diagnosis (remote maintenance and updates)

Advanced Vehicle Management

  • Vehicle location and state of charge
  • Availability of charging points
  • Adaptive load and charge management
  • Demand-oriented charging capacity