The systematic added value of inductive charging technology compared to conductive charging technology is undisputed and diverse. Contactless and barrier-free charging access, the elimination of mechanical connections, the possibility of invisible integration into an existing parking infrastructure and the uncomplicated integration of automated/autonomous vehicles describe the greatest potential.
The ChaNGe sub-project at ifak focuses on interoperability requirements for wireless power transfer systems in the form of a guideline, test concepts and systems for assessing conformity with measurement and calibration law and the development and testing of an energy controller for controlling charging processes in a way that benefits the operator, network or resources. All project results will be incorporated into the international standardisation work of IEC and ISO.
ChaNGe is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action and will run for 2.5 years.
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