Texas Instruments has joined the global electric vehicle charging interface initiative E.V. (CharIN) to help develop a Combined Charging System (CCS), a streamlined and standardised charging that will support the evolving EV market.

TI’s embedded processors and analog technologies, sub-system expertise and reference designs have been helping EV charging station manufacturers build charging stations with reduced charging time, high power-handling capabilities and remote monitoring and communication.

TI said its semiconductor portfolio and experience spans not only to electric vehicles and the EV charging market, but also advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), automotive infotainment and digital cluster, body electronics and lighting and powertrain systems.