Electric Vehicle Charging

Public Electric Vehicle Charge-Points

Public electric vehicle charge-points need to be metered so that the users can be identified, billed and monitored so that the operator can see (and report to users’ apps) the site’s status in real-time. If any single aspect of this ensemble fails, then the charge point will not be operational, creating a lost revenue opportunity, frustration to users and the potential for damage to the brand’s reputation. 

Real-Time Communications

Everything about the charge point business is therefore reliant on real-time communications; from maintenance status, operational monitoring and usage-metering, to a user ID and payment processing. Secure and resilient mobile communications is, therefore, vital, and even where fixed line is installed, GSM back-up should be designed into the system as an emergency standby in case of connectivity issues.

Case Studies

Spirit healthcare

Project type: Healthcare Location: United Kingdom Challenge: Providing resilient connectivity for patients and nurses. Solution: Working in partnership to develop a...

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Segurincat

Project type: Connected security and alarm systems for commercial and domestic customers. Location: Tarragona, Spain Challenge: Maintaining vital links between alarm...

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Scorpion Automotive

Project type: Vehicle Security Location: United Kingdom Challenge: Providing resilient and strong geographically coverage. Integration with operations and systems via API...

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