DFI unveils multi-function EV charging application

  • DFI’s novel electric vehicle (EV) charging application is powered by Intel and has AI capabilities, allowing a single device to carry out multiple functions at once.
  • The new system responds to a surge in EV usage and the consequent need for a robust EV charging infrastructure.

DFI, a developer of embedded motherboards and industrial computers, launched its new EV Charger application with multiple functions at Embedded World 2024.

The technology enables multiple systems to operate at once

DFI’s latest application is fuelled by Intel processors and boasts AI capabilities at the edge of the current EV market. According to Alexander Su, president of DFI, the system utilises virtual machine virtualisation technology to establish a workload consolidation platform capable of running multiple operating systems simultaneously for EV charging.

Consequently, it enables a single device to perform various functions concurrently, including a charging controller, digital advertising, an interactive kiosk, and payment transactions. This maximises functionality and energy efficiency while streamlining operations and reducing costs.

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The new application responds to a surge in EV usage

The company asserts that the new application is tailored to meet the growing demand for EVs and address the need for EV charging infrastructure. “We’re proud to offer solutions enhancing user experiences and prompting sustainability in the AIOT (Artificial Intelligence of Things) era,” said Su.

This EV charger offers 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,” the company stated.


Crystal Feng

Crystal Feng is an intern news reporter at Blue Tech Wave dedicated in tech trends. She is studying Chinese-English translation at Beijing International Studies University. Send tips to c.feng@btw.media.

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