Schedule


DIRECTOR Course

The course will follow the following schedule throughout the day.

gantt dateFormat HH:mm axisFormat %H:%M section AM Slot EV Market :evMarket, 09:30, 20m CPO :cpo, after evMarket, 10m eMSP :emsp, after cpo, 10m Relationships :relationships, after emsp, 20m Coffee :coffee1, after relationships, 30m Q & A :qAndA, after coffee1, 60m
Topic Full Title Description
EV Market
09:30 - 09:50
(20 mins)
The EV Market Landscape An overview of the EV market to date.
CPO
09:50 - 10:00
(10 mins)
CPO Role A look at the Charge Point Operator role.
eMSP
10:00 - 10:10
(10 mins)
eMSP Role A look at the e-Mobility Service Provider.
Relationships
10:10 - 10:30
(20 mins)
Relationships A summary of the commercial relationships in an EVCN.
Q & A
11:00 - 12:00
(60 mins)
Questions and Answers A session dedicated to questions and discussions around the EV market.

ECOSYSTEM Course

The course will follow the following schedule throughout the day.

gantt dateFormat HH:mm axisFormat %H:%M section AM Slot EVs :secondDawn, 09:30, 20m EV Market :evMarket, after secondDawn, 70m Coffee :coffee1, after evMarket, 30m EVCN :evcnOverview, after coffee1, 60m CPO :cpoRole, after evcnOverview, 30m Lunch :lunch, after cpoRole, 60m section PM Slot eMSP :emspRole, 14:00, 30m Data :dataTypes, after emspRole, 60m Coffee :coffee2, after dataTypes, 30m Relationships :relationships, after coffee2, 60m
Topic Full Title Description
EVs
09:30 - 09:50
(20 mins)
EVs - A Second Dawn An introduction to EVs and the economic shift around them.
EV Market
09:50 - 11:00
(70 mins)
The EV Market Landscape An overview of the EV market to date.
EVCN
11:30 - 12:30
(60 mins)
EVCN Overview An more specific look at what an EV Charging Network is.
CPO
12:30 - 13:00
(30 mins)
CPO Role A look at the Charge Point Operator role.
eMSP
14:00 - 14:30
(30 mins)
eMSP Role A look at the e-Mobility Service Provider.
Data
14:30 - 15:30
(60 mins)
Data Types A brief intro to the some data types in an EVCN.
Relationships
16:00 - 17:00
(60 mins)
Relationships A summary of the commercial relationships in an EVCN.

OPERATIONS Course

Day 1

The course will follow the following schedule Day 1:

gantt dateFormat HH:mm axisFormat %H:%M section AM Slot Charging :chrgFund, 09:30, 90m Coffee :coffee1, after chrgFund, 30m IoT :iot, after coffee1, 90m Lunch :lunch, after after iot, 60m section PM Slot Protocols :protZoo, 14:00, 90m Coffee :coffee2, after protZoo, 30m CSMS 1 :csms_1, after coffee2, 60m
Topic Full Title Description
Charging
09:30 - 11:00
(90 mins)
Charging Fundamentals This topic will provide a grounding in the EV Charging.
IoT
11:30 - 13:00
(90 mins)
The EV Ecosystem's
Backbone - IoT
A short look at how IoT works and why the EVCN needs it
Protocols
14:00 - 15:30
(90 mins)
The EV Protocol Zoo Protocols are central to the EV world - a brief look at a few.
CSMS 1
16:00 - 17:00
(60 mins)
The Charge Station
Management System
First part of the CSMS overview - looking at fundamentals.

Day 2

The course will follow the following schedule Day 2:

gantt dateFormat HH:mm axisFormat %H:%M section AM Slot CSMS 2 :csms_2, 09:30, 30m Logs :multComp, after csms_2, 60m Coffee :coffee1, after multComp, 30m Billing :billing, after coffee1, 90m Lunch :lunch, after after billing, 60m section PM Slot Problems :probSolv, 14:00, 90m Coffee :coffee2, after probSolv, 30m Q&A :q_a, after coffee2, 60m
Topic Full Title Description
CSMS 2
09:30 - 10:00
(30 mins)
The Charge Station Management System A further look at the CSMS - expandability.
Logs
10:00 - 11:00
(60 mins)
A Multi-faceted Computer System - The EVCN A few exmaples of how each computer in the EVCN reports back.
Billing
11:30 - 13:00
(90 mins)
Billing for the EV Space A simplified introduction some billing examples in the EV space.
Problems
14:00 - 15:30
(90 mins)
Problem Solving An overview of some typical issues experience by an EVCN.
Q&A
16:00 - 17:00
(60 mins)
Questions and Answer session A short session on tackling questions from the group.

Notice Bubbles

A Note Bubble

A point of interest to keep note of.

A Question Bubble

A short break in the material to have 5-10 minutes conversation around a particular topic.

A Tip Bubble

A point or focus bubble to note something key.

An Interaction Bubble

A little exercise such as trying out a calculator.

A Documentation Reference Bubble

A bubble like this will be used to illustrate if text has come directly from a known documentation source such as the Open Charge Alliance OCPP documentation.

An Quote Bubble

Just a quote for interest.