hanks to its smart charging capabilities, Open E-Mobility enables to manage different assets and implements sophisticated algorithms to match the energy demand with energy capacity in real time and to fast charge multiple vehicles in parallel.
However, Charge Point Management Systems (CPMS) may miss critical car information to fully optimize the charges: when a car is connected to an AC charging point, it does not receive the current state of charge (SoC) of the vehicle.
To solve this problem, Open E-Mobility leverages car connectors that inform our software about the SoC of the vehicles. Car connectors can be software based and brand specific (in this case we connect directly to the cloud of the manufacturer, e.g. Mercedes), software based and brand agnostic (thanks to aggregators such as Tronity that offer a single API to connect with the main constructors including Tesla, VW, Renault, Stellantis, Kia, etc.), or hardware based (the SoC of your fleet vehicles are transferred to a private space accessible via our software).