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Noodoe develops cloud EV charging station management platform
Yihan Li, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES

Noodoe has developed a cloud-based operating platform for managing electric vehicle charging stations, according to company chairman John Wang.

Noodoe EV OS is applicable to all types of connected EV charging piles and provides central management functions to allow operational personnel to configure pricing, modify peak hours, monitor operating status and infrastructure of charging piles, and process payments, Wang said.

Noodoe EV OS features automated diagnosis through constantly checking operating conditions of every charging pile, and if necessary, sending notification and initiating recovery processes for the charging piles, Wang noted.

In March 2020 Noodoe partnered with US-based electricity supplier Southern California Edison (SCE), which connected Noodoe EV OS with its management center, Wang indicated.

Noodoe has also developed various EV charging modules for use in homes, commercial buildings/facilities and logistic car fleets, Wang said.

Noodoe in May 2020 cooperated with Audi Taiwan to help its customers evaluate the feasibility of installing EV charging modules at home.

Noodoe chairman John Wang

Noodoe chairman John Wang
Photo: Shihmin Fu, Digitimes, June 2020

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