S44 introduced CitrineOS on GitHub, facilitating EV charge management compliant with OCPP 2.0.1 and NEVI standards.
Owners of Alexa-enabled vehicles and compatible automotive accessories can now be guided to nearby EV charging stations.
WeaveGrid said it is supporting the program alongside others including GM, Ford, and BMW, to add in Tesla driver eligibility.
Vontier says it launched EVolve to simplify EV charging for providers and fleet operators.
The company hopes that “Elysia” will allow OEMs to develop batteries that are lighter, cheaper and more sustainable.
Valence is a cloud-based, software-as-a-service platform designed to optimize commercial electric vehicle fleet deployments.
Nvidia’s Drive Orin platform can make up to 254 trillion operations per second to power AI cockpits and automated driving.
Amply Power recently announced the first deployment of its “Powered by Amply” offering, enabling OEMs to integrate Amply’s charge management software with their electric vehicles (EV). Amply has partnered with Lightning eMotors to launch the new offering. With Powered by Amply, Lightning eMotors will combine the strength of its own vehicle telematics with Amply’s Omega charge management
BrightDrop is acquiring fleet optimization software from Marain Inc., a California-based technology startup. BrightDrop says it will integrate Marain’s artificial intelligence-powered fleet optimization software into BrightDrop’s ecosystem of last-mile solutions to analyze, forecast and identify multi-modal solutions for fleet customers as they plan their journey to full-fleet electrification. Combining advanced AI and machine learning technologies
In addition to modified hardware, optimized software was the main factor contributing to the range increase.
When it comes to charging and battery management systems, the software and A.I. are changing the game in EVs.
The Range Assistant app helps drivers optimize their range through smart energy management and advice on driving style.