DFI launches multipurpose EV charging platform

  • DFI launches novel multipurpose electric vehicle charging platform at Embedded World 2024.
  • DFI’s new electric vehicle charging system allows a single device to perform multiple functions at once.
  • This innovation enhances user experiences and promotes sustainability in the electric vehicle charging industry.

DFI’s charging platform can run digital advertising, an interactive kiosk and payment transactions simultaneously. It launches this multipurpose electric vehicle (EV) charging platform at Embedded World 2024.

DFI’s electric vehicle charging system

DFI, a leading brand in embedded motherboards and industrial computers, has launched its novel electric vehicle (EV) charging system at Embedded World 2024.

This groundbreaking system is powered by Intel processors and has AI (artificial intelligence) capabilities, allowing a single device to perform multiple functions simultaneously. These could include a charging controller, digital advertising, an interactive kiosk, and payment transactions.

DFI’s president, Alexander Su, states that the system uses “virtual machine virtualization technology” to develop a workload consolidation platform capable of running several operating systems simultaneously for electric vehicle charging.

DFI expresses that the design responds to a surge in electric vehicle usage and the subsequent demand for extensive electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Also read: Tesla to build world’s largest supercharging station in Florida

Also read: China electric vehicle marques Nio and Changan Auto make battery-swapping move in alternative to charging stations

Innovation of EV charging benefits both users and the industry

DFI says “This EV charger leverages a workload consolidation platform offering numerous opportunities for users. By harnessing the power of AI-driven insights, advertising service providers can deliver unparalleled value to their clients, driving revenue generation and fostering long-term success in an increasingly competitive marketplace.”

“Innovations like these ushers in a new era of technology in sustainability, mobility, and smart charging systems,” says Renu N. Navale, Intel’s vice president of Network and Edge Group.


Yun Zhao

Yun Zhao is a junior writer at BTW Media. She graduates from the Zhejiang University of Financial and Economics and majors in English. Send tips to s.zhao@btw.media.

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