Smart Metering for e-Mobility and Charging Infrastructure


Landi Carmine Landi

Carmine Landi

University of Campania L. Vanvitelli, Italy

Delle Femine Antonio Delle Femine

Antonio Delle Femine

University of Campania L. Vanvitelli, Italy


This Special Session represents an interesting opportunity for engineers and researchers of different fields to share their knowledge and findings on the most recent developments related smart metering technologies -measurement devices and metrological infrastructure- required to ensure the traceability of measurements in the field of efficient and sustainable mobility and charging infrastructure.


Perspective authors can provide original contributions in this topic which can cover, but not limited to, the following aspects:

  • Specialized smart Metering for automotive applications;
  • Automated measurement infrastructure for billing and monitoring;
  • Characterization of communication infrastructure for vehicles and charging stations, and impact on measurement accuracy;
  • Metrological Characterization of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE);
  • Evaluation of on-board system effects on measurements accuracy;
  • Power quality phenomena evaluation induced by charging devices;
  • Characterization of battery and on-board power systems electronics components;
  • Traceable Power and Energy measurements during charging and discharging (V2X) operations of EVs.


Carmine Landi received the M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Naples (Italy) in 1981. He is currently Full Professor in Electrical and Electronic Measurements at the University of Campania - Luigi Vanvitelli, Caserta, Italy.
His main scientific interests are: (a) development of innovative measurement methods and techniques for characterization and diagnosis of electrical and electronic components, devices and systems; (b) design and implementation of digital measurement instrumentation for real-time measurements; (c) definition and characterization of methods, components and systems for high accuracy power and energy measurement; (d) development of devices and systems for power quality evaluation in low and medium voltage networks. He is author of more than 250 papers published in journals and national and international congress proceedings.
He was president of CEI (the Italian chapter of IEC) CT-85/66 "Measuring equipment for electrical and electromagnetic quantities" from 2007 to 2017. He was principal investigator in numerous research projects on smart metering and applied measurements.

Antonio Delle Femine (Sā€™18) received the M.Sc. degree (summa cum laude) in electronic engineering and the Ph.D. degree in electrical energy conversion from the University of Campania, Aversa, Italy, in 2005 and 2008, respectively. From 2008 to 2017, he was a freelancer with many national and international companies. He worked as Software and Hardware Engineer (Ditron S.r.l., Italy), Senior Embedded Firmware Engineer and Project Manager (G-LAB gmbH, Switzerland). He was involved in the design of many products for both industrial and consumer electronics: he worked on fleet monitoring, thermal printers, electronic scales and cash registers, distributed monitoring systems for PV plants, Hi-Fi radios and home appliances, automatic end-of-line testing, augmented reality devices, radioactivity measurement instrumentation (in collaboration with the Institute of Nuclear Physics, INFN, Naples, Italy). Since 2018 he is a researcher with the University of Campania. His main scientific interests are the power measurement theory, the design, implementation and characterization of digital measurement instrumentation and automatic measurement systems, radioactivity measurements, wearable sensors and physiological measurements. PhD. Delle Femine is a member of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society.