Easelink becomes a member of the Charging Interface Initiative (CharIN) to support the global standardization of charging infrastructure.

Graz, Austria – Easelink GmbH, a high-tech company in the field of charging solutions for electric cars, is becoming a member of CharIN, thereby supporting its initiative for the global standardization of charging interfaces for battery-powered electric vehicles. Easelink intends to contribute in particular to the harmonization of automatic conductive charging by sharing its expertise.

With its Matrix Charging technology, Easelink has taken on a pioneering role in automatic conductive charging since 2016. An integrated connector on the vehicle undercarriage connects to the charging pad in the parking space, establishing a high-capacity, high-efficiency conductive connection. Prototypes of Matrix Charging are already in real use today.

The progress in autonomous driving and the desire for ever greater customer convenience clearly indicate the need for automatic charging infrastructure. “Successful standardization requires a technology that can equally satisfy the requirements on charging in the garage, at the workplace and in public outdoor areas,” emphasizes Hermann Stockinger, CEO and founder of Easelink.


About Easelink GmbH

Easelink is a high-tech company located in Austria that has established the goal of advancing electromobility with innovative charging technology. Matrix Charging is the first automatic conductive charging system that combines convenience, scalability and high charging performance. Matrix Charging is supported by the European Union via Horizon 2020 SME Instrument Phase 2 funding.

 

About CharIN

The Charging Interface Initiative e.V., or CharIN for short, was founded by Audi, BMW, Daimler, Mennekes, Opel, Phoenix Contact, Porsche, TÜV SÜD and Volkswagen and has its registered office in Berlin. The goal of the initiative is to establish standards for the charging of battery-powered electric vehicles.

 

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