As this topic has evolved over the years, it is clear that a real breakthrough can only be made if all the relevant industries and disciplines collaborate.
We currently once again find ourselves in a phase of converging industries. This also means that large companies in particular are offering largely similar services, even if their key competencies were previously different.
This is because the original business is either shrinking or other “external influencers” are having a major impact on their business, therefore forcing these companies to find new business opportunities.
Smart vehicles are the second major trend in the automotive industry. Cars have become a rolling data hub that can both send and receive technical and business data, but increasingly can deal with lifestyle data.
The need to actively contribute to that phenomenon is to provide an infrastructure that is capable of mitigating these symptoms: the introduction of smart traffic.
Clearly, the grid will need to get smarter. And not just because of electric cars.
new service offerings, support for new business models, and can actively engage with EV drivers and charging networks to accurately forecast and meet growing demands for infrastructure and energy.
Moreover, we have a live play demonstrating how to charge and bill your customers driving an EV whilst using public charging stations.
Finally, you can discuss questions such as “why are utilities still not keen on the topic?”, “what is the main reason, why utilities should engage with Electric
Mobility?”, “will utilities start moving from the time when enough EV are on our roads?” directly with your peers and SAP experts.