ABM, Noodoe release EV charging solutions

ABM, Noodoe release EV charging solutions

Introduction of ABM charger stations and EV software further allows ABM to provide electrified solutions and services.

 ABM, a providers of facility services, infrastructure solutions and parking management, has announced the debut of its first electric vehicle products, including ABM EV Charging Stations (Level 2 and Level 3) and ABM EV OS, a cloud-based operating platform for EV chargers.  

Through the introduction of EV hardware, and smart software made possible by an investment in a partnership with Noodoe, a developer and provider of EV charging software, ABM says it is able to provide single-source solutions to design, build, operate and maintain custom, scalable EV infrastructure installations. The ABM Charging Stations and ABM EV OS were showcased at the recent 2023 IPMI Parking & Mobility Conference & Expo in Fort Worth, Texas.

ABM EV charging stations & hardware: 

ABM has introduced its own branded chargers, along with related accessories, to help prepare customers to meet the current needs of drivers while future proofing for tomorrow. ABM’s branded chargers include: 

  • ABM Level 2 AC charging stations:  A full range of Smart EV Level 2 charging stations from 6.6 to 19.2kW power output, and according to the company, are designed for any commercial, municipal, or residential parking location. 
  • Level 3 DC fast chargers: A full range of DC fast charging stations ranging from 24 kW DC wall boxes ideal for commercial parking, auto dealerships, workplace facilities and fleets, to 350kW high powered stations suited for larger vehicles including buses and trucks. 

ABM EV OS software:

ABM EV OS is designed to help customers optimize the user experience through autonomous operations, while enabling the lowest possible operating cost. With the ability to run a single charging station or a network across multiple locations, the software aims to provide intelligent monitoring, remote operation management, comprehensive reporting, and automatic infrastructure diagnostics.  

The software is also designed to allow payment processing and is customizable with integrations such as customer loyalty programs, entry badges, and parking systems to enable customer experience, revenue, and operational optimizations for both public facing and private charging station operators. 

According to the recent press release, ABM EV OS is being launched in partnership with Noodoe providing its cloud-based software to improve the experiences of the owners, operators, and drivers who rely on ABM’s EV charging infrastructure services. By autonomously providing 24/7 charging service delivery, monitoring, diagnostics, and recovery, ABM EV OS is designed to deliver advanced accessibility, efficiency, and EV charging station uptime.

These ABM-branded hardware and software products, as noted by the company, are now available as part of ABM’s full suite of EV ecosystem support solutions, ranging from comprehensive engineering, design, and installation to maintenance services and turn-key microgrid systems and technologies.  

Additionally, the introduction of these new products builds upon ABM’s recent announcement to construct an EV ecosystem hub which is designed to centralize its eMobility and electrical infrastructure operations, services and training through an expanded multi-use facility. 

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