Hermann Hauser and Hermann Stockinger, founder of Easelink GmbH and alumni of I.E.C.T – Summer School, share the same vision: shaping a sustainable future
Hermann Hauser sees three major trends changing mobility: the electrification of the vehicle powertrain, mobility as a service and autonomous driving. This forces OEMs to adapt their powertrain configurations and as well as setup changes of the charging infrastructure by charge point operators. The more autonomous electric vehicles get, the more important automated charging systems become. Easelink, a deep-tech company, is about to close this missing link by developing an automated charging solution “Matrix Charging®” for electric vehicles. This automated charging system proves its potential with a high performance, efficiency and user comfort. Any parking time can be converted into charging time.
The charging system consists of two components: the Matrix Charging® Connector which is integrated on the vehicle underbody and the Matrix Charging® Pad which is the infrastructure component integrated in the parking space. Both elements set up a highly effective conductive and automated connection to charge the vehicle.
Currently, several prototypes of Matrix Charging® are tested in urban city pilot projects and showcase the potential of the technology usability. A high scalability rate of Matrix Charging® can be achieved by licensing models within the automotive and infrastructure industry.
Hermann Hauser joined Easelink as an investor to contribute in making the ground-breaking technology Matrix Charging® a standard for automated conductive charging in e-mobility.