eBikeGo to install 3,000 IoT enabled smart charging stations across 5 cities in India
Quick urbanization has filled versatility needs, driving an expanded interest for vehicles. While it is an indication of progress, it has prompted low air quality and expanded reliance on rough oil. To counter the evil impacts of non-renewable energy sources, electric portability is in effect genuinely considered as another option. Further, India has vowed to diminish carbon power by 33-35 per cent by 2030.
Changing our vehicles to run on inexhaustible wellsprings of energy is vital to tending to concerns over energy security and environmental change. Electric vehicles that are completely or somewhat fueled by batteries charged from the electrical lattice, consider such progress. Over 80 per cent of the total vehicles in India include 2 wheelers, as opposed to 4 wheelers in western countries. About 1.56 lakh electric 2 wheelers were sold in the country in the last financial year ending March 2020 which is 20 per cent higher than the previous year.
To fill this gap in the ecosystem and to increase the demand for electric vehicles, eBikeGo, India’s leading smart electric two-wheeler mobility platform is planning to launch its own IoT enabled smart charging stations – eBikeGo Charge. These smart charging stations will be IoT enabled where every two-wheeler can charge its vehicles. In the first phase, 3000 Charging stations will be installed in 5 cities – New Delhi/NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai in 3 months and in one-year eBikeGo aims to install 12000 – 15000 charging stations all across the country.
eBikeGo to start installing these charging stations with effect from 1st December 2020. In these smart charging stations, users can charge their vehicle using QR code, after scanning QR code the charge will activate, then the user can see in his phone app how many units of electricity they consumed and even the shop owners who install these charging stations can know and monitor how much units they sold. Using IoT, eBikeGo can monitor how much battery is left in the vehicle and how much charge is required for the vehicle.
Surprisingly, at the hour of this composition, drivers are delayed to embrace EVs because of various concerns. The two biggest concerns are range tension—the dread of being abandoned without power and the dread that vital charging framework doesn’t exist—and the obscure profit for EVs over their lifetime. This postulation presents computational methodologies for estimating and relieving EV reception hindrances.