Graphical user interface for electric vehicle charging station

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Electric vehicles are increasing day by day because of its low battery cost and good battery capacity compared to other technology. Increasing automotive growth in electric vehicles also increases the automation to use it.Graphical User Interface for electric vehicles with a full-blown touch screen will become more easy to use with the introduction of fast charging stations. The approach shown to build HMI use Texas Instruments kit and CCS software. The TM4C123GH6PM processors provide scalability it also provides different processing speeds along with the software which is compatible with hardware to build low and high end applications, and provides connectivity with various peripherals required for Electric Vehicle System Equipment HMI e.g. UART and CAN. Along with this processor touch screen display K350QVGA (Texas Instruments) is used to test the output screen.




Ugale, S. P., Mandlik, M. T., & Chandwadkar, D. M. (2019). Graphical user interface for electric vehicle charging station. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 628–632.

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