EV Charging Network Interoperability Standard Part 2: A Contactless RFID Credential for Authentication (UR Interface)
Status: ActiveDocument ID: 100760
Describes a protocol for authenticating electric
vehicle (EV) charging service requests using contactless proximity radio frequency
identification (RFID)–type credentials. Authentication provides assurance to
the EV charging network that the EV driver is the correct authorized party
incurring a financial or other obligation for the services to be rendered. The protocol
also gives EV drivers confidence that transactions have not been authenticated
using forged or fraudulent credentials.
Published Date: Nov.30.2015
Number of pages: 79
Document ID: 100760
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