Niko works as a freelance software architect and developer located in Hamburg, Germany.
He holds a Diploma in Physics from Julius-Maximlians-University of Würzburg
and started to work as a software professional in 1999.
He is enjoying to work on the intersection between business and IT
figuring out how software solutions can help solving relevant problems to the field.
Several years ago he started consulting companies in the energy sector
specifically to understand their data better by building
analysis tools. By bringing data into context of the customers
he was able to bring insights to decision makers and improve
existing solutions step by step successfully.
11:50 am - 12:05 pm
As the total cost of ownership of electric fleets is becoming lower than that of fossil fuel alternatives, many fleet operators are considering to switch. This switch entails more than just changing the vehicles themselves and getting a fuel card: infrastructure, route planning, required range and load all have to go into the decision to avoid unpleasant surprises. In this session, fleet operators and charging infrastructure providers will be showcasing best practices on how to build the infrastructure needed for a swift switch to electric vehicles. Furthermore, the session will discuss requirements necessary for the transformation of public transport fleets, commercial vehicles and last mile solutions.