Read the capacity and state of charge (SoC) from your customer’s EV battery. When they are looking to recharge, display nearby stations with estimated charging times.
Let customers monitor their car’s location, charging status, and charging progress right from your app.
Determine when to start and stop charging specific vehicles based on the customer’s preferences and the vehicle’s current state of charge and range.
Ask customers when their vehicle needs to be fully charged. Automatically start and stop charging when electricity rates are low and energy sources are carbon-neutral.
Include cars that aren’t vehicle-to-grid enabled in your program. Retrieve the state of charge and automatically start and stop charging those vehicles to balance electric grid load.
Help customers plan trips based on their desired destination, their vehicle’s current state of charge, and the locations of charging stations along the way.
Reward customers for charging within your network in relation to their monthly mileage. Incentivize them to charge at times when carbon offsets are most significant.
Using a vehicle’s VIN, charging status, and location, determine which one of your customer’s cars is currently charging.
Based on your customer’s charging habits and their vehicle’s location and remaining range, predict when and where they will want to recharge.
Decide where to place your next chargers based on your network’s product usage and your customers’ out-of-network charging habits.
Smartcar lets you connect to most battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) with a single integration.
Our friendly documentation and SDKs allow you to integrate Smartcar into any mobile or web app within a week. Automatic updates keep your integration up to date at all times.
With our user-friendly Smartcar Connect flow, your customers can connect new vehicles to your EV charging app in just a few clicks.