Introduction and Overview / Update from last AMM
|John Moon,(COVESA IVP/EV SIG Lead)|
Title: A Perfect Storm – Challenges Ahead for EV
Abstract: As the market and demand for electric vehicles is transforming OEMs, related industries and governments are seeing challenges and new opportunities to support and keep up with the rapid pace of change. Materials for batteries, lack of power infrastructure, needed platforms and systems for EV charging, legislation & regulations for EV infrastructure are some of the issues facing OEMs ability to deliver on the promise but where they do not directly make decisions. On one hand, no ONE entity can solve the problem by themselves, because these are all very fragmented industries, with no huge dominant global players, and on the other hand, the OEMs are used to owning/controlling their value chain and are still following that old model where they want to solve it by themselves. The ONLY way we can solve these problems is by finding technologies and business models that encourage and enable collaboration. Organizations such as COVESA have the potential to play an important role in incubating cross-company / industry initiatives to tie together vehicles, power grids, charging service providers, and payment solutions.
|COVESA NiclasG_AMM2022.pptx||Niclas Gyllernam, CEO @ Aiden|
Title: Commerce for Connected Vehicles - A Paradigm Shift
Abstract: Don't just enable the eco-system, BE the eco-system and capture the greater sum of revenue with the same effort. Malik Velani, former Director, Global Business Development at Paypal and co-founder of Commerce orchestration startup, Preczn Inc discusses how OEM’s can take a fintech approach to monetizing payments for good & services related to the vehicle.
|Malik Velani @ Preczn|
Title: The pains (and fixes) of Public Charging an EV in Europe and North America
Abstract: There is no turning back the EV boom. In North America and Europe, both OEMs and governments are pushing for a switch to electric vehicles. Yet, charging these vehicles in public - a vital part of the user experience - is still unbelievably complicated. In this presentation, Adam will use 10+ years of experience in the EV industry to explore the changing needs of EV drivers as we transition from ‘pioneer’ to mass market, as well as the common pain points that the industry needs to solve. This includes finding a charging point, to ‘roaming’, to digital payments and the convergence of charging and parking.
|Parkopedia Covesa.pdf||Adam Woolway @ Parkopedia |
Title: Enabling the global services marketplace with a single location-based API
Abstract: Intuitive, easy, and secure in-vehicle payments present a huge opportunity for OEMs and service providers to offer a better, more convenient experience for their customers. However, to date there hasn’t been a “killer app” to make the adoption and continuous use of that functionality worth the effort for consumers to onboard, activate, and pay at scale using the vehicle. In this presentation, Dr. Evgeny Klochikhin, CEO of Sheeva.AI will discuss the evolving in-vehicle payments market, including advancements in promising geo-location technology to enable the vehicle-based digital wallet for tolling, fueling, EV charging, parking, curbside pickup, and drive-through. In addition, this novel technology can offer enhanced fleet and asset management applications and extra benefits for the ADAS systems. These applications can be the best approach to monetize in-vehicle connectivity with real-time customer value.
|Sheeva COVESA Presentation 4-27-22.pptx||Evgeny Klochikhin CEO @ Sheeva.ai|
Title: (Panel) Global EV Growth - Building for the new EV demand
Abstract: The state of the EV charging has quite a few actors: OEMs, Tier 1 Suppliers, Power Utilities, Infrastructure Hardware Manufacturers, Charge Point Operators (CPO), and even Big Tech with fundamentally few standards beyond the hardware interfaces. Vertically integration OEMs (read Tesla) can create their own networks but that will create redundancy and would never create coverage at scale. Speakers will bring their industry background and expertise to this panel discussion to discuss their views on the challenges, opportunities and solutions for OEMs and EV infrastructure suppliers.
|No Slides just a panel talk|
Moderator: John Moon
- Niclas Gyllernam, CEO, AIDEN
- Adam Woolway - Head of EV, Parkopedia
- Evgeny Klochikhin - CEO, Sheeva.AI