Data management and decision engineering have become key strategic issues on a global scale, in all industries. Collecting reliable, exhaustive and relevant data remains fundamental but is not enough. To make decisions for their development strategies, companies need detailed analysis and interpretation of the results. Thanks to the strong growth observed in the electromobility market […]
Smart charging refers to the modulation of power during EV charging sessions. The power can be modulated upwards or downwards, to satisfy constraints or opportunities coming from the electrical systems. In addition to power modulation, EVs connected to charging stations could even be asked to re-inject part of the energy stored in their batteries into the […]
2021 was a turning point for Plug and Charge and this technology will remain a major trend in EV industry next year on. Read more on Gireve’s blog.
Maas (mobility-as-a-service) refers to digital systems that offer users mobility as a service. It often refers to a mobile app providing users with information, booking and ticket payment for a wide variety of means of transportation. For example, a customer can use a single mobile application to book, buy and validate his or her train […]
With the European Green Deal announced in December 2019, the EU plans to reduce transport industry greenhouse gas emissions by 90% by 2050. This requires, among other things, the deployment of charging infrastructures by public and private actors (European Court of Auditor Report). Private companies install charging stations in specific areas to maximize their use. […]