Mobility standardization lays the foundations for a successful upsurge in the electromobility market. Mobility in the future will be: flexible, ecological, efficient. The solution: networked, electric, autonomous. Nowadays, the intelligent networking of completely diverse sectors and means of transport is more important than ever. Mobility now covers a wide range of industries and technologies, such as automotive engineering, electrical and power engineering, information and communication technology. Standards provide the necessary compatibility, interoperability and – above all – safety in the various mobility systems necessary for creating an integrated mobility experience for users.
However, perhaps the most decisive criterion for the market success of e-mobility is its user-friendliness. Electromobility must be economical and suitable for everyday use – for providers and users alike. Only if the technological accessibility is simple, intuitive and standardized, and if the customer has clear added value, will e-mobility become a success story. This is precisely where standardization is needed. The goal is to create a smart form of mobility that is future-proof in an environmentally friendly and efficient way.