Role of IoT in fueling EV charging future growth

According to McKinsey, over 40% of the Internet of Thing’s economic value will be contributed by operations optimization and account for $1.3 trillion by 2030. With EV sales shooting up, there is a greater need to develop a robust charging infrastructure. More than just installing charging points, the bigger challenge lies in managing a large fleet of devices dispersed across geographic locations. In this blog, we will take a look at how IoT in EV charging helps to address this problem and discuss important use cases.

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Dhaval Bhagora

Dhaval works as a Product Marketing Manager focused on Automotive and Security & Surveillance solutions portfolio at eInfochips. He has over 8 years of experience in product marketing, product management and international sales. He holds bachelor’s degree in Electronics & Communications and master’s in Marketing from Gujarat University.

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