Routing Engine for Electric Vehicles

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July 2021
Headquarters 1011 ML Amsterdam, Netherlands

Routing Engine for Electric Vehicles - Smart ev routing making charging and driving evs effortless and efficient

The electric mobility ecosystem is extremely fragmented. It is complicated for individual drivers and fleet operators to drive EVs effortlessly over long distances, across borders, or use them with high commercial intensity. This is because on-route charging is complex due to the different standards in plug-type, charge power, payment systems, waiting-lines, variable charge speeds, and outside variables like temperature, weather, topography, that impact the range of a battery. Traditional routing engines cannot deal with all these additional variables. This solution seeks to overcome this challenge by providing an EV routing engine that makes EVs predictable. The routing algorithm considers 15 static and dynamic variables to calculate the best route to a driver's destination and identifies the optimal charge stations in between. Our routing engine is exposed through a GraphQL API that is easy to integrate into existing consumer navigation and telemetric fleet applications.

Key features

  • EV database contains consumption models of 246 EVs.
  • Routing engine comes pre-integrated with a pan-European charge station database that counts 110,000 locations (as of April 2021)
  • The Chargetrip technology has been validated by hundreds of drivers in Europe and New Zealand


  • Payback period of around 4 months for API clients
  • TCOs of an EV are 5% lower than for a similar ICE vehicle

Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab

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