Principles of Monitoring and Control of the Network of Charging Stations of Electric Vehicles

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Lviv Polytechnic National University, Computer Engineering Department
Lviv State University of Life Safety
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Computer Engineering Department

This paper explores the principles of construction, monitoring, management, and safety organization in the network of charging stations for electric vehicles. The use of elements of modern client-server technologies and elements of cyber-physical systems in such networks is offered. The basic structure of the cyber-physical control system of the charging station network has been developed. Network server and client tools have been researched and developed. Structural and functional server solutions and client parts are submitted. An analysis of the potential cyberattacks vulnerability of the network. Suggestеtion to use effective methods of protection against cyberattacks.

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