Keynote talk on ISO 15118

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Keynote talk on ISO 15118

Keynote talk on ISO 15118

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Marc Mültin
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July 6, 2021
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March 13, 2019
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‍Do you want to get started with ISO 15118, the international standard for charging electric vehicles?Then you're in luck because this free video provides the perfect jumpstart.

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This keynote speech on "Secure and User-Convenient Charging With ISO 15118" was recorded at MAGNA Telemotive in October 2018.

It covers the topics shown in the list on the right. Are you interested in a specific topic listed here? Then click on the entry and the video will start playing at the corresponding timestamp.

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  • Introduction - Background of Dr. Marc Mültin (0:00)
  • ISO 15118 Use Cases  (1:49)
  • Charging standards compared: DIN SPEC 70121, CHAdeMO, ISO 15118 Edition 1, ISO 15118 Edition 2  (6:12)
  • ISO 15118 parts 1 through 8 and the seven OSI Layers  (8:23)
  • Message sequence for AC charging  (14:32)
  • The renegotiation mechanism  (28:23)
  • Influencing the EV's charging schedule with PMaxSchedule and SalesTariff  (30:14)
  • When to expect ISO 15118 EVs on the market (35:13)
  • IT security and Public-Key Infrastructures enabling Plug & Charge  (40:00)
  • VDE Application Guide VDE-AR-2802-100-1  (47:40)
  • Further information provided with my online courses  (53:09)
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Sara
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Sara

Sara stands for Station Analytics and Remote Administration

OCA
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OCA

The Open Charge Alliance is the official body that specifies OCPP 2.0.1 and defines a set of certification profiles. Each profile tests a certain set of functionalities. Depending on the functionality of your charger or CSMS, you might want to certify for either a subset or all of these profiles.

CI/CD
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CI/CD

Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment (CI/CD)

Scotti
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Scotti

Scotti stands for Simple Compliance Testing Tool for Interoperability.

EXI
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EXI

Efficient XML Interchange (EXI) is a very compact representation of XML. All ISO 15118 messages are defined in XML. EXI improves serialisation and parsing speed on embedded devices (like an EV and a charging station controller) and allows more efficient use of memory and battery life, compared to standard (textual) XML.

MQTT
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MQTT

The Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) is a lightweight, publish-subscribe network protocol that transports messages between devices.

CSMS
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CSMS

A Charging Station Management System (CSMS) helps you monitor, maintain, and control your charger network.

ACD-P
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ACD-P

Automated Connection Device (ACD), a conductive charging concept that doesn't require a person to plug in the charging cable. A first implementation is ACD-P, where 'P' stands for 'pantograph' charging of buses.

PLC
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PLC

Power line communication, a communication technology that enables sending data over existing power cables.

SLAC
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SLAC

Signal Level Attenuation Characterisation (SLAC) is based on power line communication (specifically HomePlug Green PHY) and is a protocol to establish the data link between the EV and the charging station via the charging cable.

CPO
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CPO

Charge Point Operator, the entity monitoring and managing an EV charger network.