The company has partnered with Microsoft for development and deployment of its universal energy infrastructure through tech. Sun Mobility will provide all the physical resources and hardware systems, and Microsoft is developing advanced software systems to run the Smart Network.
Microsoft tech will make it possible for end users to connect seamlessly with Sun Mobility Smart Battery, and Sun Mobility Quick Interchange Station (QIS). Sun Mobility’s mobile app will let end users track battery usage and find the nearest QIS. It’s a highly-intelligent system based on AI (Artificial Intelligence) and high-availability hyper-scale Internet of Things (IoT).
Designed to perform complex calculations involving variables such as available battery, traffic conditions, route patterns, nearest QIS, etc, and the use of big data analytics will facilitate notifications to users regarding the most appropriate time to refuel their electric vehicle.
Chad Fowler, GM and CTO, Startup and Developer advocacy, Microsoft and Co-Founder and Vice-Chairman of SUN Mobility, Chetan Maini.