Solutions for charging station operators2024-05-16T13:47:10+02:00

Trialog’s offering for charging point operators has been designed to significantly reduce the time-to-market for their new systems addressing Plug&Charge, Smart Charging, or V2G. The offering is diverse and covers both development phases and the market launch phase:

  • Engineering missions: support/prototyping
  • Software solutions implementing communication protocols used in Smart Charging (OCPP, OCPI, …)
  • OCPP (1.6 and 2.0.1) simulation tool for charging point – EV couples, especially aimed at charging point operators

Engineering missions are at the core of Trialog’s expertise. Thus, Trialog supports CPOs in introducing new technologies into their systems through support missions, often including prototype development. Topics that Trialog addresses include energy management, flexibility exchange, operational infrastructure management, and communication protocols. Some recent examples of Trialog team’s involvement include:

  • Support in developing a local energy management system
  • Support in developing a data monitoring system for charging infrastructure operations
  • Support for integrating a module supporting a specific protocol (OCPP/EEBus/other) into an existing system via an HTTP or OCPI interface, or even extended OCPI support
  • Support in developing a testing tool for OCPP communication

Leveraging our expertise, Trialog has developed software solutions tailored to the new communication protocols for infrastructure operators. These solutions have been designed to meet the specific needs of infrastructure operators, offering efficient and reliable management of charging points and seamless integration with relevant communication protocols. We offer the following solutions:

  • QOCPP-CSMS: Software stack for OCPP charging point management
  • OCPI-CSO v2.1.1 with Gireve integration

The OCPPvs (OCPP virtual stations) cloud service is a simulation tool developed by Trialog, available as a SaaS solution. This offering provides its customers, mainly charging point operators, virtual charging station – EV pairs. Its purpose is to validate the OCPP communication between the customer’s charging point operations system and the charging points it needs to control. It allows the user to perform unit validations as well as scalability validations of their charging point operations system or integrated energy management system.


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