Problem phasing in Electric Vehicle
In the last month, the Electric Vehicle two-wheeler category has grown by a whopping 370 per cent. In comparison to the previous fiscal year, Electric Vehicle two-wheelers were identified in just 41,046 houses, a significant rise of 564 per cent.
The ongoing tragic fires in electric two-wheelers have rattled the whole EV sector and its stakeholders, prompting the government to issue an emergency directive ordering EV manufacturers to recall defective batches that might cause further similar events. As the demand for electric vehicles is increasing so are the accidents. As per leading EV OEM – “ Electric scooters are often equipped with lithium-ion batteries. These batteries can catch fire if they were badly made or damaged, and if the software that controls the battery was not properly built.”
How do identify the problem and alert the user?
With IoT in electric vehicles, we can assist businesses in gaining numerous information that can help them enhance customer experience and safety. Electric vehicles consist of high-tech mechanisms, with IoT in electric vehicles controlling those clusters include defect alarm, speed, mileage monitoring, acceleration, and as well as battery management, charging, and preventative maintenance systems can be an easy task.
Advanced data analytics systems analyze data obtained from numerous devices before presenting it in a user-friendly format. In the event of any faults or modifications, this technology can promptly notify the appropriate users. Furthermore, a built-in battery claim, insurance settlement, new launch devices, and charging station geo-engine makes it simple to monitor and control dispersed devices.
What Thingsup EV-Track offers?
Advanced data analytics systems analyze data obtained from numerous devices before presenting it in a user-friendly format. In the event of any faults or modifications, Thingsup, an IoT platform promptly notifies the appropriate users. Furthermore, a built-in battery claim, insurance settlement if anything happens to the vehicle, all the new launch devices, nearby charging stations, and geo-engine make it simple to monitor and control dispersed devices.
Thingsup software can clearly analyze temperature, charging capacity, and routes and offer appropriate recommendations for duty assignment to your electric vehicle. It aids in the comprehension of electric vehicle performance and compares that performance to that of the vehicle other Ev. It is simple to make the necessary changes to achieve improved efficiency once you have this knowledge. It helps in making sure your vehicle is always charged for any prior plans, this feature rules out the possibility of the vehicle running off of power at any point in the route. When a problem or issue emerges, stakeholders will receive alerts and messages.
Electric vehicle monitoring solutions are based on increasingly mobile-friendly, simple to use and provide an interactive dashboard with output and input functions. Thingsup guards against any downtime, lowering maintenance costs automatically.