World’s First Sigfox Enabled EV Chargers to be Manufactured in India

VerdeMobility has joined hands with iWire Technologies to develop the world’s first Sigfox enabled, Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations in India.

India has embarked on an ambitious program to introduce EV (Electric Vehicle) in a big way to transform the entire transport sector. Given this stated objective to decarbonise the whole transport sector, VerdeMobility, a unit of System level Solutions, has joined hands with one of the largest operators of Sigfox, iWire Technologies, to develop the world’s first Sigfox enabled, Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.

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It is the first of its kind low-cost EV charging solutions manufactured in India. The different product variants can be used for personal or commercial purposes, drawing power from the grid or solar systems. With a mobile app that allows the vehicle owner to find the nearest available charging station, make payments based on charge and online, this unique machine is the ‘thing’ every Government, Company with fleets, Mall owners, petrol pumps, need to implement. Both companies aim to manufacture chargers in India and supply solutions across the globe. Sigfox EV

“It’s been an exciting period, working with SLS and HT Micron in getting the first Sigfox enabled Electric Vehicle Charging Machine up and running. This is a game-changer in the IoT space, and is a clear proof of our commitment to building world-class Sigfox enabled products in India,” said Vinod CEO, iWire Technologies.

The first charger is planned to be installed in Dubai by end of November 2020. The CMS and end-user apps (iOS/Android) will help the Charge Point Operators manage the infrastructure seamlessly to empower them to expand operations with ease.

“It is a proud moment for us to be partnered with iWire Technologies for such an innovative product launch which will drive the EV ecosystem to another level, and we are confident that this game-changing product will moreover strengthen our commitment towards promoting sustainable and effective mobility solutions for India,” said Tejas Vaghela, Director, and CTO, SLS.

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