dSPACE joins CharIN: Making CCS a Global Charging Standard

dSPACE is a Regular Member of CharIn e.V. – Commitment to enhance charging experience and promote electric mobility

dSPACE, one of the world's leading providers of solutions for simulation and validation, has joined CharIN e.V. In collaboration with the organization and its members, the company will drive forward the development and establishment of the Combined Charging System (CCS) as a global standard for charging battery-powered vehicles.

 

“Fast, easy-to-use, and reliable charging systems are key components of electric mobility. The development of the CCS as an open and recognized high-performance standard is therefore making a decisive contribution to the success of electric mobility," explains Frank Puschmann, Product Manager E-Mobility at dSPACE. “As an active member of CharIN e.V., we contribute our know-how to the development of new requirements and specifications and can continue to make our solutions fit for the validation of future charging station interfaces", Puschmann continues.

 

dSPACE takes a comprehensive approach to e-mobility, from power generation to the powertrain, and was one of the first to offer a portfolio of development and test solutions. dSPACE covers the entire charging communication process and is ready to support the development of technology for the connection to and feedback into the power grid with suitable test tools.

 

About dSPACE

dSPACE develops and distributes integrated hardware and software tools for developing and testing electronic control units. As a one-stop supplier, dSPACE is a sought-after partner and solution provider in many development areas of the automotive industry, from electromobility to vehicle networking to autonomous driving. The company's customer base therefore includes virtually all major vehicle manufacturers and suppliers. dSPACE systems are also used in the aerospace and other industries. With approximately 1,800 employees worldwide, dSPACE is headquartered in Paderborn, Germany; has three project centers in Germany; and serves customers through regional dSPACE companies in the USA, the UK, France, Japan, China, and Croatia.