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TANNA, Germany – The electric two wheeler market is growing fast. But the most relevant international standardization process by ISO/IEC/TC69/JPT61851-3 is running until now without the participation of the bicycle industry.

Information Day on EnergyBus Protocol in Antwerp
The for e-bikes relevant international standardization process by ISO/IEC/TC69/JPT61851-3 is running until now without the participation of the bicycle industry. At the June 11 Information Day EnergyBus board member Hannes Neupert will report about the latest status and roadmap of the standardization process. - Photo Extra Energy

The dominating players involved in the standardization process are motorcycle companies like BMW, KTM, Piaggio, Honda, Suzuki and Yamaha. There’s hardly any participation from the bicycle industry.

Roadmap to standardization

At the June 11 Information Day EnergyBus board member Hannes Neupert will report about the latest status and roadmap of the standardization process where EnergyBus connectors and the EnergBus protocol is taken into account.

At the EnergyBus information day that takes place June, 11 in Antwerp, Belgium the latest progress on LEV charging infrastructure standardization as well as in the EnergyBus internal concepts of the CANopen based energy management systems CiA 454 are discussed.

How to register

Information will be provided on the development and extension as well as advantages, requirements and basic principles of the CAN based protocol CANopen.

To join the June 11 Information Day on EnergyBus Protocol in Antwerp; register by sending an email to Antje Hopf (antje.hopf@energybus.org) of EnergyBus E.V.

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