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Suzhou new energy vehicles and charging facilities monitoring platform was officially launched

on November 18, Suzhou new energy vehicles and charging facilities monitoring platform jointly built by Suzhou Bureau of industry and information technology and Suzhou power supply company was officially launched. Therefore, Suzhou new energy vehicles and charging facilities have entered a new stage of unified regulation. The launch conference was held at Tongli integrated energy service center

it is understood that the platform comprehensively uses mobile Internet, big data, cloud computing and other technologies to break through the data barriers of various charging operators, automobile enterprises and regulatory platforms, integrate data information, build a unified regulatory service platform, and solve the problems of inadequate planning for the construction of charging facilities to prevent water infiltration, bridge deck structure internal management, low level of intelligent control, disorderly competition among operators, etc

it will be transformed into a servo valve platform, which is composed of "Suzhou e-charging" app, portal station and intelligent monitoring system, and can provide differentiated monitoring management and services for the public, charging operators and government departments. At present, the platform has access to 8 charging operators, 3 vehicle operators, 572 charging stations, 4447 charging facilities and 4028 electric vehicles

users can use the "information query" module of the "Suzhou e-charging" app to make it clear at a glance of the idle charging points around. China will host this year's APEC summit. They can also sort the charging points according to the distance, price and other conditions to install tension (pressure) sensors, and select the required charging points according to the brand of charging piles, current type and other information. Users can monitor the charging progress and voltage in real time through the "remote view" module. Charging operators can use this platform to carry out real-time monitoring, fault early warning, operation management, measurement and billing, statistical analysis and other work to meet the daily management needs of operations and reduce operating costs. After the government and enterprise information and data are available, charging operators can also declare subsidies through the platform, which greatly improves the declaration efficiency

based on big data analysis, the platform can count the operation of electric vehicles and the operation data of charging piles in the whole city, generate the information map of vehicle pile ratio data, provide technical support and decision-making basis for government departments to carry out the construction planning of charging piles, so as to enhance the scientificity and rationality of the construction planning, and gradually establish an operation effect evaluation system to be a good "steward" for the coordinated and benign development of the industry

xuguoliang, director of the equipment department of Suzhou Bureau of industry and information technology, said that the launch of the platform is conducive to relevant government departments to grasp the development status of the industry in real time, realize the unification of supervision, management process and decision-making data, provide support for the continuous improvement and optimization of the industry, and is of positive significance to promote the healthy and coordinated development of the industry

key words:

new energy vehicles, charging


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