Coupling various sectors and stakeholders, such as power grids, buildings, local generators, charging stations, and electric vehicles, is becoming ever more important for the future of e-mobility.
Communication is therefore the key to sustainable and integrated e-mobility infrastructure that is based on renewable energies. This includes, for example, the integration of the e-vehicles into the smart grid or smart home, efficient and user-friendly business processes, and device and patch management concept for charging park operators.
All these services require secure communication based on various protocols. With the new CHARX control modular generation of controllers, its open Linux platform, and Phoenix Contact's application expertise, you are ideally prepared for these challenges.