GoGreenBOV (Battery Operated Vehicles) an electric vehicle company that manufactures two-wheelers is showcasing and speaking about the advancement of its products at the Consumer Electronic Showcase (CES), in Las Vegas.
The Bengaluru-based company is exhibiting its products with other deep-technology – electric vehicle manufacturers as well as other consumer technology companies.
“We are the only Indian company with game changing advanced tech to change the Ride Sharing landscape showcasing at the CES,” said Dhivik Reddy, Executive Director, GoGreen (EoT).
GoGreen (EoT) is one of the first Indian company in this segment to take part in the global conference.
The company has worked on improving efficiency of last mile delivery and has worked extensively on its batteries through simulations, different drive models, road conditions which have been tested across several cities and will showcase the same at CES.
“Participating in CES has been the biggest milestone in our journey which began in 2008. CES is the mecca of technology and we are proud to be showcasing our connected and battery capabilities to the world.” said Reddy. “This milestone also proves that India is no new born in the EV space. We are putting India on a global map of a great product with a well-engineered battery pack and complete ride analytics.“
GoGreenBOV’s primary focus is in the B2B segment and it sells its two-wheelers to last mile delivery and logistic companies and has order bookings of about 8,000 vehicles pan India.The company’s battery-operated electric vehicles reduce costs for riders by 1/10th cost of operation as compared with a petrol powered two wheelers. This further has been enhanced with analytics which makes for improved efficiencies of last mile delivery.
The company’s vehicles are connected to the internet and throw out real-time data on vehicle usage, battery load among 90 other parameters to help B2B customers actively monitor its fleet and improve efficiencies.
“We have understood the pain points of B2B companies as we started working with them since 2015 and have been addressing it with efficient batteries and data capabilities which our vehicles can throw out,” said Reddy.