Share&Charge Wins TIOTA eMobility Challenge Together With Bosch, Fetch.AI, innogy and Telekom

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Earlier this month the Share&Charge Foundation led by developer Adam Staveley teamed up with Bosch, Fetch.AI, Innogy eMobility and Telekom Innovation Laboratories in the Trusted IoT Alliance Smart E-Mobility Challenge to investigate the use-case of EV smart charging.

The joint solution titled “My Easy Charge” delivered interoperability between electric vehicles and charging stations, introducing personalized experiences that save drivers and charging point operators time and money.

The Trusted IoT Alliance (TIOTA) created the E-Mobility Challenge to encourage further development and commercialization of the emerging marketplace for e-mobility. The competition leveraged the ecosystem of services that already exists for electric vehicles (EVs) in Europe. The highlight of the Challenge was the PACE Tour, where a Jaguar I-PACE was available in selected European cities for competitors to access, work on their solutions and conduct hackathons.

Watch the full video explaining the EV Charging prototype technology that won the Trusted IoT Alliance Smart E-Mobility Challenge together with our partners!

About The TIOTA Challenge

The E-Mobility Challenge competition is run by the Trusted IoT Alliance (TIOTA), the open software consortium created in 2018 to support the creation of a secure, scalable, interoperable, and trusted IoT ecosystem. MachNation, a global independent IoT research and benchmarking firm is co-producing. TIoTA’s members are engaged with linking IoT devices and the companies operating them, and to consumers, service, communication and payment providers.

The core concept behind TIOTA is to leverage software advances in cryptography, distributed ledger technology, secure enclaves and other state-of-the-art-approaches to ensure fast and secure trust-building at an unprecedented scale and speed. TIoTA’s members span hardware, communications, payment, logistics, and numerous other tech sectors.

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