Research Project GINI
The Teaching and Research Area Mechatronics in Mobile Propulsion is participating in the recently started GINI research project, contributing to the development of a comprehensive charging infrastructure.
In the GINI research project, a smart, semi-autonomous mobile charging robot with fast charging technology and an inductive charging interface is being developed. In addition to the function for charging electrified vehicles in urban areas, the charging of e-bike sharing stations as well as data acquisition, pre-processing and analysis in a networked environment will also be enabled. This will enable a significant contribution to the urgently needed expansion of cost-efficient, high-performance and flexible charging infrastructure for electrified mobility solutions.
The Teaching and Research Area Mechatronics in Mobile Propulsion is looking forward to providing existing expertise and acquiring new knowledge in the field of electromobility together with its project partners during the 36-month project period.