This is our summary video for the Innovate UK project eMaaS Local that we are working on. Thanks to Innovate UK funding we are building an app that gives residents access to eMobility services from a local hub. Residents will be able to choose between charging their EV, sharing an EV or using an eBike or an eScooter. Watch the video below to understand more.
Video transcribed below:
Hi, and welcome to the eMaaS Local project. I’m Jake Harrison, I’m the project officer for [ui!]uk.
We are building an App that gives residents access to eMobility services from a local hub. Residents will be able to choose between charging their EV, sharing an EV or using an eBike or an eScooter.
To build our app we have adhered to open data standards and are using OCPI and TOMP APIs.
eMaaS Local is a key first step towards developing a full eMaaS application. Our app is a white label offer and will be sold to integrated transport providers and to eMaaS platform operators.
We’re just over halfway through our six month project and making good progress.
What you see on the slide is the service and functional elements of our design. We have built the graphical interface, the app framework and undertaken integration of the eMobility assets and services.
In support of this we have structured the database and built authorisation and security features. We are now integrating and testing electric charge points and shared mobility services.
To complete the project, we will carry out COVID compliant local engagement with target users. We will also develop the business model for a larger scale pilot. Our focus will be on Regions and Cities addressing low carbon transport solutions, charge point operators and MaaS operators.
eMaaS Local is aligned with our other Innovate UK funded project, Park and Charge. This gives us access to a market focused on EV charging for residents who cannot charge an EV at home.