PIONIX® EVerest open-source operating system for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations


From: Pionix GmbH


EVerest is a Linux-based open source software for AC and DC charging points. 

EVerest is integrating all relevant charging standards like OCPP 1.6 and 2.0, ISO 15118, DIN SPEC 70121, EN61851 and all further standards to come. User interfaces and other features can be added to make the charger unique for your customer. EVerest is licensed under Apache 2.0, so can be fully commercialized, with your own additions and features and your own license! 


As part of the Linux Foundation Energy, the EVerest community will also implement future requirements like grid relevant mechanisms (e.g. dynamic electricity price, load balancing / reduction or smart home). 

By using the readily-available EVerest software stack, EV chargers can be brought to market faster and cheaper with reduced risks.


EVerest was initiated by PIONIX - a company that wants to accelerate the shift to clean mobility.

With their deep knowledge of chargers, hardware components and software, PIONIX supports the full software product lifecycle. Under the product name BaseCamp PIONIX provides maintenance, integration and update services for the EVerest system.

PIONIX' target is to make sure that your chargers are up and running and ready to charge any car any time.

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Operating system (OS)

EVEREST-GITHUB GitHub® main repository of EVerest

Supported products & hardware
Operating system (OS)

LFENERGY-EVEREST LF™ Energy EVerest project

Supported products & hardware

Supported products & hardware

Arm-based processors
AM623 Internet of Things (IoT) and gateway SoC with Arm® Cortex®-A53-based object and gesture recognition AM625 Human-machine-interaction SoC with Arm® Cortex®-A53-based edge AI and full-HD dual display

Support & training

Third-party support
TI does not offer ongoing direct design support for this software. For support while working through your design, contact Pionix GmbH.



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