Secure eMobility research project headed by ESCRYPT
The mere mention of the word e-mobility conjures up visions of high-torque electric motors, hulking traction batteries, quiet and zero-emission cars, and the indispensable charging stations. But there’s more. This widening engineering field now also explores new ideas concerned with flexible “power fill-ups”, whether statically at rest in the garage or by means of inductive, i.e., dynamic, charging at an intersection. It also considers smart apps and/or means of connecting to the internet. Researchers at ESCRYPT are searching for solutions to the issue of data security for these and other futuristic concepts.