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Plan and Optimize Electric Vehicle Operations
Electric Vehicles are the way of the future.
Yet, they present non-trivial planning and scheduling requirements such as charging times, location, and battery levels. These must be taken into account, otherwise sub-optimal plans will require additional vehicles and drivers, requiring the addition of fossil-fuel-powered vehicles to preserve capacity. This is where Optibus comes in handy, with specialized Electric Vehicle Scheduling, using EV-specific metrics to create the most integrated and optimal operational and charging plan.
A next-generation scheduling and planning platform to support Electric Vehicle needs.
Easily define charging times, locations and minimum battery levels and immediately get a schedule that’s optimized for electric vehicles. We’ll also support you with Optibus best practices and Optibus Customer Success resources.
Optimizing schedules for Electric Vehicles makes it easier to operate EV routes, meet regulatory requirements and bid for new EV business.
Why use Optibus for Electric Vehicles?
- Easily express rules and preferences related to battery use, charging requirements and more
- Create an accurate operational schedule that includes the optimal charging times and locations
- Valuable access to pre-defined battery and EV Optibus Customer Success best practices
- Integrate with and iterate schedules based on EV battery data
What is cloud-based software? what is cloud-native software? More importantly, what is the preferred option for next-generation planning and scheduling platforms?
Electric vehicles are a new technology that presents public transportation agencies and operators with a host of new challenges and questions about maintenance, utility charges, planning and scheduling.
Why EV Public Transit Scheduling is Different The global drive to decrease fossil fuel dependency and resulting policy measures have pushed transit agencies to replace diesel and natural gas fleets with electric vehicles (EVs).