A Journey Through the Diversity of Charging (in German)

Thursday, June 20, 2024

Time
04:00 pm - 05:20 pm
Hall
Messe München
Room
Hall C6, Booth C6.450

This session, led by the German eMobility Association, will guide participants through the various aspects and challenges of electric vehicle charging. Experts will discuss how optimizing the charging curve can save costs and what security risks exist in electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), including current trends, attack patterns and effective countermeasures. In addition, we take a look at the future of EV charging in 2029 - what trends are emerging and what amusing misconceptions exist. Finally, the e-mobility market will be examined by the respective associations in the DACH region, with a focus on current implementations and the best political instruments to promote electromobility. The target audience is primarily operators of charging infrastructure, vehicle manufacturers, energy suppliers, policy makers and safety experts who want to gain an in-depth understanding of the technical and regulatory aspects of electric vehicle charging.

04:00 pm - 04:05 pmWelcome by the Moderator

Markus Emmert, Vorstand, BEM | Bundesverband eMobilität e.V.

04:05 pm - 04:20 pmSave Money When Charging: This is how the Charging Curve Affects Your Wallet

Markus Zacher, Chief Editor, Elektroautomobil

04:20 pm - 04:35 pmSecurity Challenges for Electrical Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE): Trends, Attack Patterns and Countermeasures

Gregor Knappik, Cybersecurity Solution Architect, VicOne - A Trend Micro Subsidiary

04:35 pm - 04:50 pmEV Charging in 2029 - Trends and Amusing Thinking Errors

Christoph Erni, CEO and Founder, Juice Technology AG

04:50 pm - 05:20 pmE-Mobility Market in the DACH Region: Current Implementation and Best Policy Instruments (in German)

Helmut Schimany, CEO and Chairman, Bundesverband eMobility-Austria
Krispin Romang, Director, Swiss eMobility

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