When you travel to another country and switch your phone back on after landing, it automatically connects to a local mobile network. You can call, send messages, and use the internet without purchasing another network contract.
This is mobile roaming in a nutshell, but what is roaming in EV charging?
Roaming refers to an EV driver's ability to use various charging stations even if they're only a customer of one service provider. In practice, it means that electric car drivers can use charging stations with just one customer account.
How and why does this play a crucial role in EV charging business?
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After this webinar you will understand:
- Internal & external roaming
- P2P Roaming
- The anatomy of roaming hubs & their effects
What you will learn about:
- The fundamentals of roaming in EV charging
- How roaming services can enlarge your charging network & benefit your business
- Insight on differentiating roaming’s effects & benefits for various roles in EV charging
- Use Cases