Making POI data available via open interfaces

This event is being held as part of the European co-funded project “ID and Data Collection for Sustainable fuels in Europe” (IDACS), which aims to share static and dynamic data on charging infrastructure in the DATEX II format on the so-called National Access Points (NAP). The possibilities to make this data available to interested third parties on the German NAP mobility data marketplace with the help of the roaming platform operators e-clearing.net GmbH/Smartlab GmbH and Hubject GmbH will be presented. The seminar will also present open data converters from the respective DATEX II communication protocols and provide an outlook on future (European) regulation in the field.

Online seminar (in German) on 19.05.2022, at 10:00 – 11:30 am (CEST)

Agenda:

  1. Welcome
  2. Presentation of the IDACS project
  3. Presentation of the data provision by Hubject
  4. Presentation of the data provision by Smartlab
  5. Questions and answers

Participants: Charging Point Operators (CPO), Electric Mobility Providers (EMP), Navigation Service Providers, other users of data
Language: German
Costs: Participation is free of charge

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About IDACS

NOW was commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport (BMDV – Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr) to act as the implementing organisation for the Programme Support Action (PSA) for “ID and Data Collection for Sustainable fuels in Europe” (IDACS). The funding requirement and goal of IDACS is to collect static and dynamic data (also called Point of Interest or POI data) on charging infrastructure in a centralised manner via the National Access Point (NAP), in addition to establishing an ID allocation for electric mobility stakeholders. In Germany, the National Roads Authority (BASt – Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen) operates the Mobility Data Marketplace (MDM – MobilitätsDatenMarktplatz) as the NAP. The MDM is a neutral B2B platform for providers (data providers) and users (data users) of mobility information. The MDM is used to provide other mobility data, such as the latest traffic data, schedules, mobility options, and parking facilities. The common data format for intelligent transport systems in Europe is DATEX II, of which version 3.2 allows, among other things, the representation of charging infrastructure. IDACS aims to provide specific static and dynamic data on charging infrastructure on the NAP in DATEX II v 3.2. Findings from IDACS are reflected in legislative proposals of the European Commission and the proposed approach for making the data available is part of ongoing negotiations.

 


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