Matrix Mobility, Subsidiary of NavInfo, Reaches Agreement with NaaS

On July 26, digital mapping company NavInfo announced that its subsidiary, charging service provider Matrix Mobility, had reached an agreement with NaaS.

In terms of smart mobility solutions, the two sides will work together to provide automakers with services such as new energy vehicle planning and research capabilities, recommendations, and at the same time build a connected vehicle travel ecology. smart more advanced. The cooperation is expected to be officially launched by the third quarter of this year, and the results will trickle down to mainstream models from ten different car brands, including Ford, Toyota, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Dongfeng-Nissan and BYD.

Matrix Mobility is a company that provides smart mobility solutions and business operations for the new energy industry. Through the broad aggregation of upstream and downstream charging data and services, the company provides partners such as major car manufacturers and travel agencies with one-stop solutions for charging and charging efficiency prediction along the way. At present, Matrix Mobility has many well-known domestic and foreign partners such as Ford, Toyota, Honda, Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Wuling.

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NaaS is one of the largest and fastest growing new energy service providers in China. The company digitally connects the upstream and downstream of the industrial chain and provides unique services to charger manufacturers, operators and major automakers to make energy delivery more efficient. For major automakers, NaaS relies on cloud computing, smart algorithms, and big data service capabilities to intelligently respond to user needs, automotive scenario data, and charging services. The company also boasts of its drive to innovate the charging experience of “energy plus field intelligence”.

At present, NaaS charging services have been introduced into the traditional models of NIO, FAW-Volkswagen, Voyah and other brands. By the end of 2021, NaaS activity covered 288 cities and 290,000 charging stations, with an annual charging capacity of 1.233 billion kWh, or 18% of China’s public charging capacity in 2021.

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