Intelligent Charging Software - Solutions for the Electric Fleet

The smarter E Podcast Episode 172 | April 18, 2024 | Language: German

More and more companies are turning to electric vehicles for their fleets. In the long run, electric vehicles offer greater savings potential than internal combustion engines. Intelligent charging solutions play an important role in managing and controlling the charging infrastructure. What does the future hold for such charging solutions? And how can such software solutions help build the charging infrastructure? We talk about this with Eduard Schlutius, CEO of reev.


  • 03:11 Electrified fleets are an essential part of the future of sustainable mobility. How has the share of pure electric vehicles in fleets changed?
  • 05:02 What are the biggest challenges facing fleet operators today, and how can software solutions help companies build and manage an extensive and efficient network of charging stations?
  • 09:23 What is the status quo of such solutions on the market? Will we see a significant increase in the number of offerings in the medium term? And how will the different solutions differ?
  • 11:06 What challenges do start-ups have to overcome to be successful, especially in the field of electromobility?
  • 13:13 What are the most exciting trends and innovations in the market right now?

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About Eduard Schlutius and reev

Eduard Schlutius, CEO, reev

Eduard Schlutius is the CEO of reev and founded the software company in 2018. His passion for innovation and technology led him to study industrial engineering with a focus on electrical engineering and energy management at the Technical University of Munich. During his studies, he also gained valuable practical experience in the field of electromobility. Eduard Schlutius founded the start-up reev with the clear goal of making the infrastructure of electromobility accessible to everyone. His vision is to create a world in which electric mobility is affordable and practical for everyone.

With its cloud software, Munich-based reev provides a simple, transparent and fully automated platform for the management, control and billing of charging infrastructures. The company's mission is to give everyone the opportunity to shape the future of electromobility, to actively contribute to the mobility revolution and to become the operator of their own charging infrastructure. The reev software has therefore been specially designed to meet the needs of complex fleet situations, such as companies, residential and commercial properties or multi-storey car parks.

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