All collected data from the vehicles and the charging stations can be viewed transparently on the IO-ELON platform.
The charging columns are controlled taking into account a static load limit. The vehicle is provided with the optimal amount of energy at the required time based on usage and the real-time charge level.
Notifications regarding charging status, charging problems or other information are provided automatically.
Users can authenticate themselves using an RFID card to start the charging process.
The software takes into account other power consumption at the site during the charging process and regulates the charges accordingly. Consumption information of the vehicles can be added to the load management to additionally charge the vehicles depending on the mobility demand.
Internal billing is automated and extremely simplified using MID meters. Public charging points are billed via an OCPP proxy. This also requires a charging infrastructure that complies with calibration regulations.
The load peak of the previous year is taken into account in the vehicle charges and is not increased by electromobility. In combination with the vehicle data, there are no restrictions on availability.
Vehicles can be booked for a desired period of time on a per-mile or per-charge basis. This booking can also be made spontaneously or repeatedly.
Flexible electricity tariffs can be passively integrated into the day-night tariff or the 96-step tariff. But they can also be actively incorporated into the vehicle charging cycles. All that is required is a flexible electricity tariff from the energy supplier. IO-ELON charges the vehicles automatically when the electricity price is low.
Automatic authentication of the vehicle with the charging station is enabled when vehicle telematics is applied and the charging station is already connected to the IO-ELON system. IO-ELON also supports authentication via RFID.
Regardless of the manufacturer, a PV system including the forecast can be added to the charge management system. IO-ELON uses weather data to accurately forecast the amount of solar yield for 24 hours. The charging of the vehicles is held forward with active PV integration to maximize the self-consumption of the PV system.
The integrated key management eliminates the need for annoying Excel spreadsheets. The keys of the vehicles are easily managed via the IO-ELON platform.
Digital management simplifies processes at the key issuing point. Interfaces to existing solutions are possible.
The vehicle battery is the most valuable component in an electric vehicle and should be used for as long as possible.
Under the provisions of § 14a Energiewirtschaftsgesetz (EnWG), connection users in the low-voltage sector can make their charging infrastructure available to the grid operator as a controllable consumption device.
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