EVOLVE aims to exploit the scientific excellence and expertise of key academic and industrial players into a joint collaborative effort to design, develop and test various technologies that consider the holistic view of EV charging considering the view of technical and business stakeholders.
EVOLVE will pursue innovation for advancing the technologies in EV charging ecosystem by orchestrating and managing the underlying networking and computational resources, design innovative algorithms using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning ML), developing communication protocols, prediction and optimising load in smart grids, developing software systems and user interfaces (UIs).
EVOLVE aims to transcend analytical models and simulation-based validation and aims to deliver five proof-of-concept (PoC) demonstrations. EVOLVE project will provide a platform to foster a close collaboration between academia and industry partners providing each with a unique experience to create new knowledge, share know-how and skills development.
The project is coordinated by the University of Málaga with 16 participants from Spain, UK, Belgium, Finland, Netherlands, Canada, and Japan.
CEMOSA manages the definition and selection of relevant showcases and collaborates especially with the University of Northumbria (Newcastle) in the Architectural design, simulation, and development.
for EV Charging, with the University of Huddersfield in Big data analytics for EVs, smart mobility, and grid, and the University of Leeds in Integration of EV with beyond 5G infrastructure and smart grid.