See our recent webinar exploring the future of eMobility software and the key market trends projected for 2024. Our featured speakers, Paweł Małkowiak and Krzysztof Ciombor, both industry experts with years of hands-on experience, provided valuable insights and expertise during this engaging online event.
- eMobility Market: now and forecast
- Software in eMobility
- Trends in the eMobility software
- SaaS: pros & cons
- Owning the software: pros & cons
- SaaS and license comparison
- Summary: Market forecasts for 2024 and beyond
During the webinar, Paweł and Krzysztof discussed the current state of eMobility, as well as some of the predictions and trends foreseen for the future. The debate included global data regarding EV sales and the potential growth of the charging network.
EV sales between 2010 and 2023
Projected growth for public chargers and EVs in Europe
As for the main part of the webinar, Krzysztof has shared an in-depth outlook on the digital ecosystem that runs in the background of the entire EV charging endeavour. This includes the digital solutions used by all parties involved (such as Charge Point Operators or eMobility Service Providers) and what are the open standards that facilitate different forms of connections between them.
Digital eMobility ecosystem
For those who look to deepen and standardize the knowledge on the topic of software within the sphere of eMobility, we highly recommend getting our ebook 'Exploring EV charging software', which laid the foundations for the webinar.
Regarding the digital solutions, our experts also discussed the business side of obtaining them aka the business models through which the solutions are available for purchase. Here's where Paweł presented the main differences between SaaS and license and explained what works best for certain types of operators.
Finally, to sum everything up, Paweł and Krzystof went through the potential trends for the upcoming years, listing what might be worth taking a closer look:
- 2024 as cornerstone for mass adoption and meeting 2030 goals
- focus on profitability
- more and more companies focusing on owning their own software
- backend migration picks up
- software as one of the key differentiators