Connected Kerb integrates with Bosch Mobility

Charge point operator Connected Kerb has announced integration with Bosch Mobility’s global EV charging platform.

The move will see the firm’s network of more than 3000 public charging sockets on Bosch’s platform, which is fully customisable and available for businesses to include in their products.

It means vehicle manufacturers can create a bespoke frontend system that integrates into their vehicles and gives the user access to hundreds of thousands of electric vehicle charging points globally, regardless of who owns or runs them.

There is also a free Bosch app – Charge My EV – that gives users access to charger availability data with sessions started and paid through it.

Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO of Connected Kerb, said: “Connecting people and places as seamlessly as possible – that’s what we’re all about. This means giving drivers as much visibility of our network as possible, via trusted and credible platforms like the Bosch charging platform.

“Our integration onto Bosch’s charging platform opens up our network to businesses and users across the UK and Europe, all of which can now easily find, use, and pay for our chargers, hassle free.”

Olivia Arago, Managing Director of Bosch Charging Solutions, said: “Connected Kerb is a much-welcomed addition to our platform, giving our users the ability to better plan routes and access more charge points across the UK. Together with Connected Kerb, we are increasing the coverage of publicly accessible charge points in the UK. 

“Also, automotive manufacturers, mobility service providers and fleet operators can benefit from a ready to use service which can be highly customised and integrated in the vehicle to assure a seamless user experience and much greater convenience when driving electric vehicles.”

Image courtesy of Connected Kerb

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