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Diagnostic Security Modules for Electric Vehicle to Building Integration

The overall goal of this project is to develop a Diagnostic Security Module (DSM) framework for creating an end-to-end security architecture for the integration of modern Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEV) with Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) and a Building Energy Management System (BEMS). The DSM framework will create a secure communications channel to coordinate PEV charging activities with a BEMS operator while notifying the BEMS operator of any cyber security problems associated with the PEV or EVSE. The DSMs will integrate with a wide range of device types (EVSE, PEVs, etc) and vendors, and provide enhanced awareness of the security state when implementing an integrated building and PEV environment.

Project Quick Facts

Topic ID: GM0163
Funding : $2 Million
Duration: 2 Years

Technical Project Team

  • John Smart,

Project Partners

University of Louisiana-Lafayette

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