Charging the evolution of eMobility
The development of a nationwide eMobility infrastructure means working with skilled partners as equals. They think electro-mobility through to the end and develop solutions that go beyond individual transport with electric cars.
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The adoption of electric vehicles (EV) is rising significantly and research estimates that EVs will make up about 50% of new car sales globally by 2035. Driven by rising consumer demand, government policies and a desire for more environmentally friendly transportation solutions, automakers are investing billions in research and development to build new electric vehicles and manufacturing plants for battery production. Siemens PLM solutions support large automakers and emerging EV startups alike.
Managing your EV charging infrastructure
Managing your electric vehicle chargers should be simple. That’s why Siemens and our ecosystem of partners offer various EV charging cloud-based services designed to fit your needs. Whether charging an electric bus depot, your electrified fleet, or several EV chargers at a location, Siemens software cloud services helps easily manage your charging infrastructure with one simple user interface – with remote diagnostics, detailed reporting, operational planning and scheduling.
Electric Vehicle Manufacturing
Electrified mobility possesses the significant potential to create short-term disruption in the automotive industry. Sales of electric vehicles (EV) are rapidly and steadily increasing, driven by improving battery technology, regulatory pressure, intense investment, and an expanding charging infrastructure. As demand increases, established and startup automotive manufacturers need to quickly ramp-up EV production and reduce manufacturing costs to take advantage. EV manufacturing, however, presents unique challenges to automotive companies. By leveraging comprehensive digital twins of the product and production lines, manufacturers can design and validate assembly processes and entire facilities virtually, improving quality and accelerating production ramp.
Creating a digital twin of the product and the production can solve the challenges of EV manufacturing by blurring the boundaries between design and manufacturing, merging the physical and digital worlds. These digital twins capture physical asset performance data from products and factories in operation. The data from smart connected products in the field and factory equipment can be aggregated, analyzed, and integrated into product design as actionable information, creating a completely closed-loop decision environment for continuous optimization. This approach will not be optional but required for automotive companies as they transition into the dynamic and fast-paced future of their industry.
Such a comprehensive digital twin enables you to plan and implement manufacturing processes for new lightweight designs and modular vehicle platforms while reducing the costs of battery production and coordinating across your deep supplier ecosystems.