In this second installment of our webinar series on Interoperability in the US, eDRV spoke with Darren Hau of autonomous vehicle startup Cruise. The discussion turned to the challenges of keeping a self driving fleet charged and the importance of data sharing for the interoperability of EV charging infrastructure.
eDRV is excited to announce its newest Plug&Charge API solution. This latest addition to eDRV’s product suite significantly reduces the time and effort it takes any large-scale charging network or EV charging hardware manufacturer to offer safe and secure plug and charge experiences at scale.
In the first of our webinar series on interoperability, eDRV talks to Hubject North America CEO Trishan Peruma about the implications of NACS, the evolution of payments and the challenges of Plug&Charge.
eDRV announces the launch of our new eDRV Academy. Find out more about our new resource to keep you plugged in on how best to use eDRV to build an EV Charging App, set up a network or dive deeper into weightier topics like OCPP.
To help developers around the world better implement the Open Charge Point Protocol, the Open Charge Alliance (OCA) instituted the OCPP Plugfest. This article covers what’s involved in the OCPP Plugfest along with why developers in EV charging should get involved in the event.
An OCPP simulator makes it easy for charge point operators to simulate the real-world environment of the EV charging station. With just a few clicks, network owners have a seamless and convenient console by which to operate a charge station.