In pursuit of its dream to meet the “Smart City” standards outlined in a 2016 local ordinance, the city government of Isabela collaborated with various stakeholders to launch the first electric-powered vehicle charging station in the Cagayan Valley region, along with several E-trike prototypes.
The prototype for the Rapid Electric Vehicle Charging- Charging in Minutes (CharM) was developed by the UP EEEI and supported by DOST-PCIEERD.
For more information, please contact Asst. Prof. Lew Andrew Tria (firstname.lastname@example.org) of the UP-Artesyn Power Electronics Laboratory (PEL) of the UP EEEI or Engr. Leo Allen Tayo (email@example.com), CharM Technical Project Leader. For interested partners, you may also visit the DOST PCIEERD site for more project details.
The UP Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute (UP EEEI) and Nokia Manila Technology Center, with Analog Devices Philippines, Artesyn Embedded Technologies, EVWealth Inc., First Philec, Maxim Integrated, PHINMA Energy, Samsung R&D Philippines, Xynix Design Consultancy and Services, Inc., Quantel Philippines Inc., Sqreem Technologies Private Ltd., and Trident Electronics Corporation, would like to extend its sincerest gratitude for participating in the Institute's first ever Technology Fair, held on 24 May 2017, in the UP Professional Schools, Bonifacio Global City.
Apart from the showcase of the UP EEEI's and the industry's research output and agenda, the event also served as a networking activity to forge R&D partnership among stakeholders.
Ways on how an Academe-Government-Industry Framework would work was tackled during the message of PCARI Executive Director William Padolina. Mr. Lowell Tortona of Nokia Philippines also shared their research thrust on 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT). This research theme is further explored, together with communication networks and renewable energy during the parallel sessions in the afternoon.