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Author: Ed Sanchez
Publication Date: Apr 29 2020
Pages: 37
Report Type: Report, Word
Infotainment and Telematics

Electric Vehicle Apps 2020: OEM Competitive Landscape - Features & Functions

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Report Summary:

Vehicle controls through a mobile app have become increasingly commonplace since wider implementation and installation of telematics systems in vehicles. The growing plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle segment adds another layer of functions and to mobile apps with charging and climate controls.

This report reviews current OEM implementations of apps in plug-in and electric vehicles.

Table of Contents

1.    Executive Summary
2.    OEM Apps

 2.1    myAudi
 2.2    BMW i/BMW Connected
 2.3    Uconnect (FCA)
 2.4    FordPass
 2.5    myChevrolet
 2.6    HondaLink
 2.7    MyHyundai
 2.8    UVO Eco (Kia)
 2.9    NissanConnect EV
 2.10    OpelConnect
 2.11    Renault Z.E.
 2.12    Tesla
 2.13    Toyota
 2.14    Volkswagen Car-Net e-Remote
 2.15    Volvo On Call
3.    Charging Networks
 3.1    United States/Canada
  3.1.1    Blink
  3.1.2    ChargePoint
  3.1.3    Electrify America
  3.1.4    EVgo
  3.1.5    Greenlots
  3.1.6    PlugShare
  3.1.7    SemaConnect
  3.1.8    Tesla
 3.2    Europe

  3.2.1    Allego
  3.2.1    Fortum
  3.2.1    Ionity
  3.2.2    Izivia
  3.2.3    NewMotion
 3.3    China
4.    Charging Data Platform Providers
 4.1    Cirrantic
 4.2    HERE
 4.3    TomTom
5.    Conclusions
6.    How Can We Help You?

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