No Timely Supervision
All new-energy vehicles must be connected to an enterprise supervision platform and then connected to the national platform. All vehicle models must pass testing for data transmission between vehicle-mounted terminals and the national platform.
Lack of Scalability
Industry news agencies predict that the new-energy vehicle market is thriving with strong potential. However, current enterprise supervision platforms only meet the existing regulation requirements, lacking future-proof massive access capabilities.
Mining Massive Data
Due to increased collection frequency and extended user-defined data fields, the data volume of new-energy vehicles is larger than that of fuel-powered vehicles. Many enterprises lack a Big Data analysis tool for extracting valuable information from this massive data.
Lack of Unified Planning
Enterprises need to build an IoV service innovation platform, separate from the new energy supervision platform for regulatory compliance. Multiple independent platforms not only waste resources but can also lead to information silos, hindering service innovation and development.
Aims to build a new-energy vehicle supervision platform for complying with policies and regulations, performing random inspections, reporting statistics and fault information to local and national supervision platforms, and leveraging Big Data analysis technologies to implement rapid innovation for new-energy vehicle applications.
The New-Energy Vehicle Supervision solution uses dual links. Link 1 complies with GB/T 32960 extension protocols and collects data of new-energy vehicles and charging piles and uploads the data to HUAWEI CLOUD. The cloud platform can quickly transmit the data to local and national platforms, meeting the requirements for random inspections and security supervision. In addition, enterprises can leverage various public cloud services for innovative applications. Link 2 reports driving data of new-energy vehicles to local and national platforms according to GB/T 32960, and the national platform confirms that there are no mistakes in vehicle design and provides a regulation compliance report.
Unified architecture: Helps enterprises meet regulatory requirements and consolidates the new-energy vehicle supervision and enterprise IoV platforms into one platform, preventing information silos and facilitating unified management and service innovation.
Data access: Complies with GB/T 32960, uses plug-ins, supports parsing plug-ins of extended protocols or private protocols, and provides high-concurrency data access, allowing for the persistent connection of hundreds of millions of vehicles in the future.
Data analysis: Provides full-stack Big Data services for data access, processing, storage, analysis and mining, and data model export, facilitating the development of new-energy vehicle applications.
Platform interconnection: Complies with national policies and regulations, provides northbound interfaces in accordance with GB/T 32960, and facilitates quick interconnection with local and national platforms to meet the supervision and random inspection requirements of different levels.
IoT PlatformData collected by vehicle-mounted devices can be easily uploaded to the IoT platform to implement data access on the cloud. In addition, the IoT platform can manage vehicles in an effective and convenient manner.
Distributed Message ServiceDistributed Message Service (DMS) provides high-performance message queue services to distribute vehicle data to service components based on specific rules and provide reliable asynchronous communication mechanisms for service components.
CloudTable ServiceCloudTable supports the storage and query of the time series database (TSDB) of new-energy vehicles, provides high-performance random read and write capabilities, and can be used for online IoV applications and reports.