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Reference architecture for interoperability testing of Electric Vehicle charging

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Author: Lehfuss, F. · Nohrer, M. · Werkmany, E. · Lopezz, J.A. · Zabalaz, E.
Type:article
Date:2015
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Source:2015 International Symposium on Smart Electric Distribution Systems and Technologies, EDST 2015, 7 September 2015 through 11 September 2015, 341-346
Identifier: 535451
doi: doi:10.1109/SEDST.2015.7315232
ISBN: 9781479977369
Article number: 7315232
Keywords: compliance · electric mobility · electrical vehicles · interoperability · reference architecture · smart grid · testing · Architecture · Charging (batteries) · Electric power transmission networks · Electric variables measurement · Electric vehicles · Laboratories · Smart power grids · Testing · Vehicles · compliance · Electric mobility · Electrical vehicles · Reference architecture · Smart grid · Interoperability · ICT · SEM - Service Enabling & Management · TS - Technical Sciences

Abstract

This paper presents a reference architecture for interoperability testing of electric vehicles as well as their support equipment with the smart grid and the e-Mobility environment. Pan-European Electric Vehicle (EV)-charging is currently problematic as there are compliance and interoperability issues on different communication levels and among the different domains comprising the eMobility system. The discussed reference architecture is composed out of three layers that enable addressing a direct mapping of interfaces, functions and services, as well as real world actors and/or laboratory equipment. Utilizing this architecture enables cross-domain co-simulation for interoperability within the electric mobility and the smart grid environment. Given the future challenges that rise to interoperability testing and the fact that certain aspects are yet unknown or rarely defined, the discussed architecture presents a very modular and extendable approach. © 2015 IEEE.