1st CharIN North American CCS and ISO/IEC 15118 Interop Event featuring the 9th CCS & ISO/IEC 15118 Testing Symposium

September 10th – 12th, 2018 | Venue: NextEnergy, 461 Burroughs St, Detroit, MI 48202


CharIN’s primary objective is to establish the Combined Charging System (CCS) as the global standard for AC and DC charging and to enable multivendor interoperability worldwide. Many OEMs, charging station manufacturers, and other ecosystem players share this vision and have joined the CharIN e.V.

  • Agenda of the CharIN One-day CCS and ISO/IEC 15118 Interop Workshop

    9:00 am | Registration/Coffee

    • 9:30 am | Welcome from the Host
      Oleg Logvinov  (IoTecha)
    • 9:40 am | CCS and CharIN Ecosystem
      Oleg Logvinov (IoTecha)
    • 10:00 am | Driving the EV Revolution (how CCS and ISO/IEC 15118 are fueling the growth of the EV Market)
      Mohamad Abdul-Hak (Daimler), Barry Sole (Porsche), Colin Goldsmith (P3), Rebecca Shelby (Ford), Barton Sidles (Hubject)
    • 11:00 am | Local Perspective
      Robert Jackson (Michigan Energy Office)


    12:00 pm | Lunch Break

    • 01:00 pm | EVs and the Grid, Practical approache
      Moderator: Erika Myers (SEPA)
      Christopher Budzynski (Exelon Utilities), Barry Sole (Porsche), Lonneke Driessen (Elaad), Jacob Mathews (Ford)
    • 02:00 pm | Global Grid Integration Project
      Wolfgang Selle (Ford), Barry Sole (Porsche), Rich Scholer (FCA), Kari Binley (PG&E), Oleg Logvinov (IoTecha)
    • 03:00 pm | Transactive Energy and Blockchain
    • 04:00 pm | Growing the CCS ecosystem: High Power Charging for Commercial Vehicles
      Rustam Kocher (DTNA)


    05:00 pm | Tour of the Interop Testing Lot

    06:00 pm | Networking Reception


CharIN is proud to announce a new multifaceted event that represents the next step in transforming this vision into reality.


Event Registration


September 10th, 2018

CharIN One-day CCS and ISO/IEC 15118 Interop Workshop:https://www.charininteropeventsep10th.com

September 11th and 12th, 2018
The 9th CCS & ISO/IEC 15118 Testing Symposium: http://www.testing-symposium.net 
(attendance is limited to members of testing teams and registered observers)

September 13th, 2018
High Power Charging for Commercial Vehicles Task Force meeting: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register


NextEnergy Center
NextEnergy Center

Venue: NextEnergy Center
NextEnergy and surrounding campus are an epicenter of entrepreneurial activity in Midtown Detroit. The Center itself serves as a living lab for advanced energy and transportation technology development and demonstrations. The facility features over 18,000 sq. ft. of build-to-suit, leasable lab space with individual labs ranging from 1,000 to 2,500 sq. ft. Lab partners are in close proximity to NextEnergy’s multiple platforms to demonstrate, test and validate various advanced energy and transportation technologies. NextEnergy is engaged in collaborative projects with advanced energy and transportation companies, leveraging knowledge, testing capabilities, and laboratories in an independent and secure environment. Hover over any of the icons on the rendering below to learn more about our facility.

nextenergy.org

  • NextEnergy Car and Charger Shipment Instructions:

    • Interop testing platform NextEnergy Point of Contact
      Eric McDonald, ericm@nextenergy.org  (313) 400-7441
    • Shipping address to send car and charger equipment:
      Attn: Eric McDonald 461 Burroughs St Detroit MI 48202
    • When should cars and chargers arrive at NextEnergy?
      Cars and chargers should arrive from September 4 thru September 7.
    • Where will car and charger equipment be stored?
      NextEnergy will store cars and a parking area directly adjacent to the Interop testing platform. NextEnergy will store chargers in the laboratory building.
    • When will car and charger setup occur?
      September 10 9:00am - 4:30pm
    • When should car and charger equipment be removed?
      September 13; testing teams should arrange for shipping trucks to pickup all equipment on this day.
    • Are fork lifts available for large equipment?
      NextEnergy has one fork life, 4000 lb capacity. Eric McDonald is licensed to operate the lift and will support offload/onload of shipments first-come-first-serve basis.
    • Is it possible to reach the facility with heavy duty vehicles / trucks in order to load / unload large equipments / vehicles?
      Yes

Hotel Recommendations

Related to lodging, for CharIN guests who may prefer public transit from the hotel to NextEnergy and back, the new Qline electric streetcar system on Woodward has station stops nearby several of these hotels, as well as a station within close walking distance to NextEnergy. Pricing is very reasonable and a mobile app is available. More information here: qlinedetroit.com. From the airport to hotel they will likely want to use either a taxi or ride hailing (uber, lyft) service.

List of Hotels


Sponsorship Opportunities

Increase your visibility in the North American market by becoming a Sponsor, the sponsorship package is described below.

  • Diamond High Power Charging for Commercial Vehicles Task Force Meeting Sponsorship - $40,000

    • Front-page logo recognition in all event and Task Force Meeting materials
    • A special company presentation timeslot during the Task Force meeting
    • Pre-event “meet the sponsor” email to event attendees
    • Press release created and distributed by CharIN, exclusively about your company’s focus and participation at the event
    • Five free workshop registrations
    • Two event passes for the workshop on Sep 10th and two observer registrations for the Testing Symposium on September 11th and 12th
    • Tabletop in the Workshop and Testing Areas
    • Dedicated on-site poster highlighting sponsorship
  • Platinum Event Sponsorship - $5,000 and Event Hosting

    • Event hosting
    • Front-page logo recognition in all event materials
    • Pre-event “meet the sponsor” email to event attendees
    • Press release created and distributed by CharIN, exclusively about your company’s focus and participation at the event
    • Two event passes for the workshop on Sep 10th and two observer registrations for the Testing Symposium on September 11th and 12th
    • Tabletop in the Workshop and Testing Areas
    • Dedicated on-site poster highlighting sponsorship
  • Gold Event Sponsorship - $5,000

    • Special panel session
    • Front-page logo recognition in all event materials
    • Pre-event “meet the sponsor” email to event attendees
    • Press release created and distributed by CharIN, exclusively about your company’s focus and participation at the event
    • Two event passes for the workshop on Sep 10th and two observer registrations for the Testing Symposium on September 11th and 12th
    • Tabletop in the Workshop and Testing Areas
    • Dedicated on-site poster highlighting sponsorship
  • Bronze Event Sponsorship - $3,000

    • Participation in one panel
    • Front-page logo recognition in all event materials
    • Pre-event “meet the sponsor” email to event attendees
    • Press release created and distributed by CharIN, exclusively about your company’s focus and participation at the event
    • Two event passes for the workshop on Sep 10th and two observer registrations for the Testing Symposium on September 11th and 12th
    • Tabletop in the Workshop and Testing Areas
    • Dedicated on-site poster highlighting sponsorship


You will be in excellent company. In addition to already committed sponsors, leading OEMs and multinationals like Ford, GM, BMW and ABB are supporting the event. CharIN’s primary objective is to establish the Combined Charging System (CCS) as the global standard for AC and DC charging and to enable multivendor interoperability worldwide.

Be part of it and join us for the event! For upcoming questions, please contact the CharIN North America spokesperson Mr. Oleg Logvinov or the CharIN Coordination Office. Looking forward to meeting you in Detroit.


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