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Electrifying Your Fleet - It's Not Just About The Hardware

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Day 22 Sep 2020  Download
Time 10:00 - 10:45
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Quite aside from the buses and charging stations, electrifying your fleet poses many complex scheduling challenges. Learn how to manage a gradual rollout of electric buses and what to do for a 100% EV fleet.

Scheduling is difficult, and EVs make it even harder. Here’s what you need to know for a smoother ride.

When planning for EV adoption, many transportation providers focus on electric buses, charging stations and other hardware. But scheduling is an essential part of electrifying your fleet, and must account for issues like how to build charging time into the schedule and how to accommodate multiple charging profiles and charging stations.

What will participants learn from your webinar?
  • How to handle a gradual rollout of electric buses, from mixed fleet to 100% EV
  • How to manage the risks and costs of EV scheduling
  • What to do about range anxiety, peak vehicle requirement and slow vs. fast charging
Why should you watch/participate?
  • Europe is reducing emissions and electrifying its fleets, but a lot of questions remain. Learn best practices for tackling the complexities of EV scheduling, whether for mixed fleets or all-electric ones.
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  • please register here and don't miss our Webinar (of course free of charge!)
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  • English
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Electrifying Your Fleet - It's Not Just About The Hardware

Quite aside from the buses and charging stations, electrifying your fleet poses many complex scheduling challenges. Learn how to manage a gradual rollout of electric buses and what to do for a 100% EV fleet.

Scheduling is difficult, and EVs make it even harder. Here’s what you need to know for a smoother ride.

When planning for EV adoption, many transportation providers focus on electric buses, charging stations and other hardware. But scheduling is an essential part of electrifying your fleet, and must account for issues like how to build charging time into the schedule and how to accommodate multiple charging profiles and charging stations.

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Michels

Ms. Catharina Michels

Catharina Michels is an Optibus solutions engineer and has experience in supply-chain management, logistics and public transit for Hapag-Lloyd and Trumpf. She hold a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics from the University of Münster and a master’s in logistics and supply chain management from the University of Hamburg.
Mueller

Mr. Rene Mueller

Rene Mueller is a business development manager at Optibus with a decade of experience in the digital and SaaS space. He holds an MBA from the Vienna University of Economics and Business.

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Optibus Ltd.

Optibus Ltd.

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Using tech to make mass transportation smarter

Optibus is a cutting-edge software platform that brings much-needed innovation to the essential mobility mode at the heart of our cities: public transportation. Optibus leverages a robust combination of artificial intelligence, advanced optimization algorithms and distributed cloud computing to make public transportation smarter, better and more efficient – and ultimately nourish freedom of movement and sustainable cities. A cloud-native SaaS company founded in 2014, Optibus powers complex transit operations in over 300 cities around the world, planning and scheduling the movement of vehicles and drivers to improve the quality and reliability of transit service and make operations more efficient. Optibus is headquartered in Tel Aviv, and has offices in New York, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, London and São Paulo.

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