See the below second webinar recording on the topic, “EMI/EMC, Cybersecurity and Electric Vehicle Infrastructure.” As the electric vehicle market continues to grow, so do the corresponding risks posed to cybersecurity and the electromagnetic environment. HTUF and CALSTART are presenting a panel on the growing electric vehicle market and potential solutions to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Following up on our initial webinar in February, this panel will dig deeper into some of the technical and operational issues associated with installing high-power charging infrastructure for vehicles. Professor Mark Steffka of University of Detroit Mercy, Department of Electrical Engineering, will discuss EMI/EMC standards and testing capabilities, including issues affecting on-board and off-board digital systems, to meet global vehicle and charging standards. Gene Saltzberg, Adjunct Professor at University of Detroit Mercy (and formerly Systems Engineer for EVs at General Motors) will discuss charging electronics. Mark Zachos is the Director of the Vehicle Cyber Engineering Institute at University of Detroit-Mercy as well as the Founder of The Dearborn Group Inc. and President of DG Technologies. Mark leads the American Truck Association’s TMC Fleet Maintenance Cyber Security Task Force.