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Learn more about testing EV charging hardware with Hardware-in-the-Loop simulators (Webinar)

Testing charging stations is a critical component of ensuring their reliability and functionality in the rapidly evolving EV ecosystem. Using HIL simulators for these tests provides a controlled and efficient environment for assessing various aspects of the charging station performance. These simulations can replicate real-world scenarios such as various EV models, the evaluation of charging speed, various power levels, compatibility with different charging standards, and other charging parameters.

Also, simulators enable thorough testing of software components, such as user interfaces and communication protocols.

Join this webinar at the Fall Virtual Conference on EV Engineering to learn about the dSPACE Smart Charging solution that allows the simulation of the electric vehicle as well as the charging equipment on signal level and power level, offering a powerful workflow to bring electric vehicle behavior on power level to the lab.

Reserve your spot—it’s free!

Other sessions at our Fall Virtual Conference include:

Optimizing Power and Information Flow in EV Systems: Strategies for Harness Protection and Routing

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As the automotive industry shifts focus toward EVs, the need for harness protection remains high.

In this webinar, presented by tesa tape, we will outline the problems currently faced, application areas and testing, and design solutions. We will look to the future and discuss innovations in the field as well as outline how tesa partners with our customers to find tomorrow’s solutions, today.

Reserve your spot—it’s free!

See the full session list for the Fall Virtual Conference on EV Engineering here.

Broadcast live on October 2-5, 2023, the conference content will span the EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem, including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and more.

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Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure: Free to Attend

Don't miss our next Virtual Conference on December 4-6, 2023. Register for the free webinar sessions below and reserve your spot to watch them live or on-demand.


EV Engineering Webinars & Whitepapers

EV Tech Explained

The Tech

How to protect an EV’s on-board charger from transient grid surges

Renesas unveils processor roadmap for next-gen automotive SoCs and MCUs

Researchers shape hard carbon to form high-capacity electrodes for sodium-ion batteries

ZF introduces a purely electric brake system for software-defined and electric vehicles

The Vehicles & Infrastructure

ubitricity and UK Power Networks to launch program that shifts charging demand from peak hours

Does Germany have too many public EV charging stations?

Low electrical conductivity coolants for EV charging applications (Webinar)

SWTCH and Hubject to expand roaming for North American EV charging

HummingbirdEV secures funding for its commercial EV systems

Cola EV wars: Daimler delivers Freightliner eCascadias to California Coca-Cola Bottler

What does President Biden’s support for unions mean for the EV industry?

BMW Group Logistik tests electric semi-trailer in real-world logistics operations 

Electric Era installs its first PowerNode battery-buffered EV fast charging station

EVBox integrates with AMPECO EV charging platform via OCPP 2.0.1