Palmer Digital, Samsung and IoTecha unveil new EV charging kiosk with advertising display

Palmer Digital Group, Samsung and IoTecha have partnered to launch a new EV charging kiosk that “offers new opportunities for businesses to visually engage with their customers and generate revenue.”  

The new charging kiosk combines Samsung’s video displays, IoTecha’s EV charging technology and Palmer Digital’s integrated solutions.

The integrated Samsung OH55A displays can be used for advertisements and promotions, creating new revenue streams for businesses.

The Level 2 charger offers maximum power of 19.2 kW at 80 amps per charging port. The kiosk can be configured with one or two Samsung OH55A displays, and one or two 80-amp charging ports. It features built-in cable retractors, card readers, cameras and speakers, and supports ISO/IEC 15118-based Plug and Charge.

Using IoTecha’s IoT.ON Cloud and Edge services, customers can remotely monitor, configure and update EV chargers, as well as optimizing energy flows through IoTecha’s topology-aware energy management services.

“The kiosk supports the latest technical requirements laid out by the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure program by supporting ISO 15118, OCPP, and Plug and Charge,” said Oleg Logvinov, CEO of IoTecha. “By meeting these standards, businesses deploying the new charging kiosk may qualify for NEVI funding to further offset deployment costs.”

“The marriage of captivating content with high-quality displays is revolutionizing the electric vehicle experience, and we’re just getting started,” said David Phelps, Head of Product Management, Display Division at Samsung Electronics America.

Source: IoTecha


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