Rocsys to supply autonomous charging solutions to SSA Marine for its electric yard tractors at the port of OaklandRocsys, world’s first company offering autonomous charging solutions that automate industry standard CCS connectors, has signed an order of agreement with SSA Marine, the world’s largest independent, privately-held marine terminal operator, to supply ROC-1 autonomous charging systems. Electrified transportation ecosystems around the globe – logistics, seaports, airports, material handling, public transportation, and passenger cars – are increasingly introducing autonomous charging solutions. Autonomous charging will enable reliable and fast charging while reducing the wear and tear on charging cables and connectors. Autonomous Charging System Connectivity - Connectors and VehiclesThe autonomous charging system of Rocsys, the ROC-1, will work with high power DC charging stations that use a CCS-1 charging connector, offering capability to autonomously charge the vehicles from existing charging supply equipment. As yard tractors are equipped with an industry-standard CCS-1 inlet, the Rocsys solution provides a very simple solution to make charging autonomous.