The AMPLY software optimizes EV charging for low-cost energy, vehicle availability, and other factors, while responding dynamically in real-time — with no active management needed.  -  Lightning eMotors

The AMPLY software optimizes EV charging for low-cost energy, vehicle availability, and other factors, while responding dynamically in real-time — with no active management needed.

Lightning eMotors

AMPLY Power announced the first deployment of its “Powered by AMPLY” offering, enabling OEMs to integrate AMPLY’s charge management software with their own electric vehicles (EV) — making the electrification process for fleets easier than ever.

AMPLY partnered with Lightning eMotors to launch the new offering. With Powered by AMPLY, Lightning will combine the strength of its own vehicle telematics with AMPLY’s OMEGA charge management software for new EV purchases.

From transits and shuttles to trucks and delivery vans, OMEGA serves as the nucleus of any fleet charging operation. The software optimizes EV charging for low-cost energy, vehicle availability, and other factors, while responding dynamically in real-time — with no active management needed.

“Meeting the growing demands for electric transportation requires collaboration across the EV ecosystem, from vehicle manufacturers to telematics providers, utilities, energy management providers, and beyond,” said Vic Shao, founder and CEO of AMPLY Power. “Powered by AMPLY allows OEMs like Lightning eMotors to offer fully integrated solutions to their customers — ultimately helping organizations scale their EV fleets rapidly by making it easier for them to manage charging for their new vehicles.”

With the OMEGA integration, Lightning customers can take delivery of their new EVs with confidence, as the software is vehicle and charger agnostic. By offering charge management software combined with vehicle telematics at the beginning of the EV journey, AMPLY and Lightning aim to take the guesswork out of setting up and optimizing EV charging — ultimately saving the fleet time and money.

Originally posted on Metro Magazine

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