The move to electric vehicles requires significant investment in vehicles, real estate and infrastructure. These investments are particularly challenging in new, fast-moving and unpredictable markets. There are many opinions on what to do when and where, but only clear, robust data analytics will define what makes the transition a success. This is what we deliver.
There is an array of disparate data available to make sure you make the right decisions and investments, but which datasets should you use and how do you combine it?
As a specialist data analytics house, we understand your data and how it is best combined with other sources. Our sophisticated cloud platform, the Accelerated Insight Platform, combines advanced AI, spatial modelling and data visualisation capabilities so that we can process your data at a fraction of the time and cost.
Crucially, our approach is to provide all this data and capability to you in a transparent way, so you understand the answer and what it means. No daisy-chaining of opinions or obscure models, our 1-step-away-from-a-fact approach means that you know our analysis works.
Your EV and infrastructure investments all come down to questions about location: How far do you need a vehicle to travel? Where will more drivers choose to re-charge? Where should we place our chargers? How many chargers will load which part of a power network? – These questions revolve around spatial data, a data source that is complex to manage.
We’ve been delivering answers to complex spatial data questions to corporate customers for 25 years and our expertise is acknowledged across the UK. This history means that we both understand the challenges of corporate data and the value of combining that data with advanced spatial analysis.
You need to understand how your employees and mainstream customers will adopt and react to EVs – not just the early adopters. The differences between these groups are crucial for planning, and understanding them is key.
We have owned EVs for years, experiencing their challenges as well as their advantages first hand. We’ve blown fuses, ran-out of range and been forced to rely on broken chargers – so we can appreciate what your customers and employees will be going through. We recognise how they will react and we factor this into our approach and modelling so you get the real-life view, rather than just the ideal.