CONFERENCE OPEN SOURCE IN EMOBILITY FEBRUARY 27, 2024
The conference takes place at PIONIX headquarter:
PIONIX GmbH, Ewald-Renz-Str. 1a, 76669 Bad Schönborn, Germany
You can look forward to an exciting and inspiring conference!
The Role of Open Source for Energy, E-Mobility and Cybersecurity
Antonello Monti is the director of the Institute for Automation of Complex Power System at RWTH Aachen University. Since 2019 he holds a double appointment with Fraunhofer FIT, Center for Digital Energy.
Open Source as game changer for the mobility industry!
Philipp Ahmann is a technical business development manager at Robert Bosch GmbH with focus on Open Source activities. He represents the ELISA project of the Linux Foundation as technical steering committee chair and is a member of the Linux Foundation Europe Advisory Board.
CitrineOS: Open Source Charger Network Software for Rapid OCPP 2.0.1 and NEVI Compliant EV Charge Management
Thana Paris is Director of the Open Source Program, CitrineOS.
MaEVe, an accelerator for CSMS developers
EVerest is a full-featured open source software stack for EV charging
Motown: Lessons Learned building an Open Source CPMS in 2013
Open source Python library for OCPP
EVerest - Road to production
Qwello is an innovative public charging operator with a vision to create easy access and easy-to-use charging stations.
Towards E-Mobility in Energy Lab - Research-Oriented Integration Approach
Veit Hagenmeyer is Director of Institute for Automation and Applied Informatics at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
How Open Source Can Drive Innovation in EV Charging, and the Rest of the Energy Industry
In this session, LF Energy Executive Director Alex Thornton will make the case for open source to drive EV charging infrastructure, and energy infrastructure generally. This will include examples of how open source has sped innovation and transformation in other industries, how it can do the same for EV charging, and the part LF Energy is playing in this process.
Energy Management as integral part of EV chargers
Simon Seres is CEO and Co-Founder of nymea, which has recently been acquired by chargebyte GmbH. In his new role as product owner for the Open Source projects EVerest and nymea, he is pushing the approach of integrated EMS systems that leads to radically simplified user- and installer experience.