Internet of things (IoT) in electric vehicles

Electric Vehicles Oct 5, 2021

Hello people. This article is about internet of things (IOT) in electric vehicles.

What is Internet of things (IoT) ?

Iot has become an important technology these days. The Internet of things describes the network of physical objectives. IoT is embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies to connect and exchange with other devices and other systems over the internet.

Internet of Things

Importance of IoT

We can connect everyday objects with the help of IoT. For example cars, kitchen appliances, thermostats, baby monitors can be connected to the internet via embedded devices, seamless communication is possible between people, processes, and things.

Thanks to low-cost computing, the cloud, big data, analytics, and mobile technologies, physical things can share and collect data with minimal human intervention.

In this hyperconnected world, digital systems can record, monitor, and adjust each interaction between connected things. The physical world meets the digital world and they interact with each other.

Technologies commonly used in IoT

A collection of following different technologies are commonly used in IoT.

  • Sensor technology. Sensors have become affordable. These reliable sensors are making IoT technology practically possible.
  • Connectivity. Network protocols are used in IoT. A host of network protocols for the internet has made it easy to connect sensors to the cloud and to other things. This enables efficient data transfer.
  • Cloud computing platforms. Availability of cloud platforms have increased these days. Cloud platforms enables both businesses and consumers to access the infrastructure they need to scale up without actually having to manage it all.
  • Machine learning and analytics. With the help of Machine learning and analytics, along with access to varied and vast amounts of data stored in the cloud, businesses can gather insights faster and more easily. These allied technologies continues to push the boundaries of IoT and the data produced by IoT also feeds these technologies.
  • Artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial intelligence have brought natural-language processing ┬áto IoT devices (such as digital personal assistants Alexa, Cortana, and Siri) and made them viable for home use.

IoT apps

IoT Intelligent Applications are prebuilt software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. They can analyze and present captured IoT sensor data to business users via dashboards.

IoT apps use machine learning algorithms to analyze massive amounts of connected sensor data in the cloud. Using real-time IoT dashboards and alerts, you gain visibility into key performance indicators, statistics for mean time between failures, and other information.

Machine learning based algorithms can identify equipment anomalies and send alerts to users and even trigger automated fixes or proactive counter measures.

With cloud-based IoT applications, business users can quickly enhance existing processes for supply chains, customer service, human resources, and financial services.

IoT in electric vehicles

IoT can play a significant role in electric vehicle charging stations. IoT technology makes EV charging stations smart, connected, and have easy access even from remote locations and quick maintenance.

Charging infrastructure is a major problem ahead in the wide acceptance of EVs in India. Building servers that are enabled with the Internet of Things (IoT) can act as ball bearing to operators to understand real-time load forecast details on their charging stations (CS).

Integrating IoT in the EV ecosystem will help EV users to quickly find nearby Charging station through IoT-enabled applications, which will extensively reduce charging time, operational cost, freedom from long queues, and will increase the overall feasibility of charging stations and customer satisfaction.

The user can use advanced cloud solutions so that they can collect and analyze the data in one place. Data like voltage, electric current, temperature figures will provide significant support to service workers for charging station maintenance and monitoring processes.

Geo-dashboard shows geologically dispersed EV charging stations and selects the closest EV charging station for an EV owner.

Hope this article on Internet of things in electric vehicles is useful to you. To read about jobs in the Electric Vehicle Industry, please visit Job opportunities in Electric Vehicle Sector and its Charging Infrastructure industry


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