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Driivz to manage high-power charging in Scandinavia

Foto: Benjamin A. Ward / St1

Israeli software company Driivz has found its next European client after scoring a significant deal with Shell. St1 Nordic Oy will use Driivz software to manage new high-power charging hubs across the Nordics.

St1 Nordic Oy has invested in HPC stations across Norway at highway and metropolitan locations and is currently building infrastructure in Sweden and Finland. St1 fuelling stations in Norway run under the Shell label. St1 is building its network of charging hubs doubling as retail service stations with convenience stores, cafes and even dog parks.

The Driivz solution for St1 delivers advanced EV charging operations management for service station chains. The cloud-based platform provides real-time operator dashboards, comprehensive asset management, an automated issue detection and alert system, and proactive problem resolution powered by self-healing algorithms that can address up to 80 percent of productivity and operational problems. Driivz’s software is also Plug&Charge-enabled thanks to cooperation with Hubject.

“We needed a robust, flexible back-end system,” said Oscar Sandström, Director of Strategy and Energy Transition at St1. “We selected Driivz as our platform provider because we trust the company’s ability to support St1’s growth in the long run.”

Driivz is owned by Vontier, a global industrial technology company with over 8,500 staff worldwide.

Author: Peter van Noppen

Source: https://www.businesswire.com/

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Collaboration

Driivz to manage high-power charging in Scandinavia

Foto: Benjamin A. Ward / St1

Israeli software company Driivz has found its next European client after scoring a significant deal with Shell. St1 Nordic Oy will use Driivz software to manage new high-power charging hubs across the Nordics.

St1 Nordic Oy has invested in HPC stations across Norway at highway and metropolitan locations and is currently building infrastructure in Sweden and Finland. St1 fuelling stations in Norway run under the Shell label. St1 is building its network of charging hubs doubling as retail service stations with convenience stores, cafes and even dog parks.

The Driivz solution for St1 delivers advanced EV charging operations management for service station chains. The cloud-based platform provides real-time operator dashboards, comprehensive asset management, an automated issue detection and alert system, and proactive problem resolution powered by self-healing algorithms that can address up to 80 percent of productivity and operational problems. Driivz’s software is also Plug&Charge-enabled thanks to cooperation with Hubject.

“We needed a robust, flexible back-end system,” said Oscar Sandström, Director of Strategy and Energy Transition at St1. “We selected Driivz as our platform provider because we trust the company’s ability to support St1’s growth in the long run.”

Driivz is owned by Vontier, a global industrial technology company with over 8,500 staff worldwide.

Author: Peter van Noppen

Source: https://www.businesswire.com/