As dynamic inductive power transfer for electric vehicles is growing in relevance, it is important to analyze solutions towards its deployment and integration in the cloudbased services for electric mobility. In this paper we present an Internet-enabling platform for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment, which features a high-level Charging Station Control Unit and a Power Electronics Controller. The platform is a middleware that controls the charging process taking into account outside world information. Tests were performed in a safe driving track, in Italy, to verify the effectiveness and robustness of the installation, for one year, for a total of 120 drive hours, under various weather conditions. Tests showed the suitability of the platform in terms of ability to authenticate and authorize a vehicle even through a remote service, sequentially control each coil in a lane, monitor the charging process, assist the driver in keeping the vehicle aligned so as to maximize the energy exchange and deliver charging session information to the cloud (e.g. for billing).

The Fabric ICT platform for managing Wireless Dynamic Charging Road lanes / Cirimele, Vincenzo; La Ganga, Alessandro; Colussi, Jacopo; DE GLORIA, Alessandro; Diana, Michela; El Sayed, Nadim; Bellotti, Francesco; Berta, Riccardo; Kobeissi, Ahmad; Guglielmi, Paolo; Ruffo, Riccardo; Khalilian, Mojtaba. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY. - ISSN 0018-9545. - 69:(2020), pp. 2501-2512. [10.1109/TVT.2020.2968211]

The Fabric ICT platform for managing Wireless Dynamic Charging Road lanes

Cirimele, Vincenzo;La Ganga, Alessandro;COLUSSI, JACOPO;DE GLORIA, ALESSANDRO;Diana, Michela;Guglielmi, Paolo;Ruffo, Riccardo;Khalilian, Mojtaba
2020

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As dynamic inductive power transfer for electric vehicles is growing in relevance, it is important to analyze solutions towards its deployment and integration in the cloudbased services for electric mobility. In this paper we present an Internet-enabling platform for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment, which features a high-level Charging Station Control Unit and a Power Electronics Controller. The platform is a middleware that controls the charging process taking into account outside world information. Tests were performed in a safe driving track, in Italy, to verify the effectiveness and robustness of the installation, for one year, for a total of 120 drive hours, under various weather conditions. Tests showed the suitability of the platform in terms of ability to authenticate and authorize a vehicle even through a remote service, sequentially control each coil in a lane, monitor the charging process, assist the driver in keeping the vehicle aligned so as to maximize the energy exchange and deliver charging session information to the cloud (e.g. for billing).
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