Acting as a bridge between a charging station and its operator, our gateway is in charge of making remote maintenance an easy task. Whether it’s just a couple of chargers or an entire charging network, the gateway opens up the possibilities for device management, transaction handling, security, smart charging functionalities, support for display and many more through the OCPP connection.
Our gateway will work with any charging station supporting OCPP, which makes it a very versatile and highly usable tool for many operators. Having been successfully implemented with many customers already, it’s proved to be up-and-running without the need for lengthy testing procedures - saving time and money for its users.
What is the role of software within the EV charging ecosystem?
Our CEO, Paweł, shared some valuable insights about the place that software holds within the eMobility environment in one of our latest publications. The ebook breaks down the cases of what are the involved entities, why should they use separate digital tools, what are the challenges of creating EV charging software and many more.
Understanding the complex nature of eMobility, we pay great attention to how different organizations may seek distinct solutions and we come forward with freedom of choice in many spheres of software purchasing or storing. With that in mind, we allow our clients to choose how they want the solution to be maintained. It can be installed on premise (in client’s architecture) or supported by Solidstudio via cloud computing.
Discovery Document to Align Your Vision with the EV Charging Reality
We understand that navigating through EV charging digital solutions and open standards may be challenging at times. With that, after consultation with our eMobility Expert, our clients receive a Discovery Document - a piece that sets the initial scope for the potential project.
An application protocol for communication between charging stations and a central management system. Developed by the Open Charge Alliance (OCA) for the EV infrastructure market, the OCPP protocol is recognized as the standard for charging infrastructure cooperating among charging equipment manufacturers, software & systems providers, charging network operators, as well as research organizations. The protocol grants flexibility for Charge Point Operators to be EVSE-agnostic and allows universal access for EV drivers. Moreover, OCPP optimizes the cost and minimizes the risk of infrastructure investments.
Believing that our continued dynamic growth requires standardization and a systematic approach, including ensuring information security, we have decided to implement, maintain, and improve an Information Security Management System in accordance with the international standard PN-EN ISO/IEC 27001:2017.
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