Drivers of e-vehicles expect charging to work easily. For vehicle and charging point to harmonize, software and hardware need to be perfectly coordinated. CarMedialab develops state-of-the-art technology for standard-compliant communication between charging point and vehicle.
You purchase a company license. This entitles you to use and sell the software on your hardware as part of your product for an unlimited period of time, regionally and quantitatively, but not exclusively.
You receive the source code. The programming language used is C/ C++ - the platform is Embedded Linux and x86 Linux.
A valid maintenance contract entitles you to receive updates for bug fixes, optimizations and more. If new versions of the underlying standards are adopted by the OCPP Protocol or ISO 15118/IEC 15118 and you have a valid maintenance contract, you can purchase an upgrade.
The package of the software stack OCPP (Open Charge Point Protocol) consists of a collection of source code, libraries and scripts. CarMedialab develops continuously - so the OCPP software always meets the latest requirements.
There are publicly available test backends for OCPP, e.g. Eurisco. SteVe and of course always the CarMedialab backend
CarMedialab offers you the right software – for both conductive und inductive charging. Your advantage: all components have been repeatedly tested and are already successfully in use. Plus, our systems are available immediately.
At CarMedialab, innovation is a top priority. We also get projects up and running on a small scale. Inductive charging is possible thanks to built-in Flea 3 EVSE.
For more information about the Flea 3 EVSE:
You can find more information about Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) here: