EV Connect Receives Patent for Electric Vehicle Charging Station Queuing Technology

By January 12, 2015Press Releases

A Better Way to Manage Electric Vehicle Charging Station Access

LOS ANGELES, CA – January 12, 2014 – EV Connect, a leading provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions, including development of the industry’s most innovative cloud-based management platform, is pleased to announce that it has received a U.S. Patent for a process which manages a queue of electric vehicles waiting for access to a charging station.

“As someone who has been working on solutions for the EV charging station industry for almost a decade, I know that waiting for a charging station is one of the main frustrations EV drivers have relating to their driving experience,” said Brad Juhasz, Vice President of Product & Technology at EV Connect. “This U.S. patent [#8,717,170] establishes EV Connect’s leadership in solving one of the major challenges for EV drivers, while also increasing the efficient utilization of an organization’s charging station infrastructure.”

This patented EV queuing technology is just one component of the EV Connect Charge Cloud™ management platform, chosen by organizations, such as Yahoo!, New York Power Authority (NYPA), Pepperdine University and Hertz, to facilitate the efficient management and utilization of their EV charging station infrastructure.

About EV Connect

EV Connect is a leading provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions for commercial, enterprise, hospitality, university and government facilities.  EV Connect developed and operates the industry’s most robust and flexible cloud-based platform for the management of charging stations and the drivers that use them.  The EV Connect platform provides charge station-agnostic command & control; enterprise and energy systems integration via an open API; driver communications and support; and demand-response functionality across multiple charging networks.

Established in 2009, EV Connect’s customers include Yahoo!, Marriott, Western Digital, 21st Century Fox, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority, New York Power Authority, and numerous municipalities.  For more information, please visit evconnect.wpengine.com.​

 

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