Early September “EV-Point MyEV” got released in the App Store (UPDATE mid-October: And in the Play Store). Using the 3RDS moniker – the name of my company by which I freelance – I developed this application for EV-Point, a Belgian Mobile Service Provider that builds and operates a network of public chargepoints to charge your […]
Pretty darn good insight in Tesla’s recent Model X announcement: [W]hen I pull these five things together I don’t see features that are being built or added because they are “fun” […] No. None of these features have anything to do with building conveniences for humans too lazy to open doors with their hands […] All […]
In 1994, no one knew how big the internet would be. Not even broadcast journalists Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric. 21 years later, a new big idea has them scratching their heads again. As aired during the Super Bowl XLIX.
Simulator for the Open Charge Point Protocol — the protocol by which a Charge Point of an electric vehicle communicates with a Central System — supporting both OCPP-S (standard OCPP, using SOAP over HTTP) and the new OCPP-J (“new” OCPP, using a Wamp inspired protocol over WebSockets). Version 1.2 and 1.5 of OCPP are supported. […]
The numbers are significant: 750hp, 737lb ft, 2200kg. But can you actually enjoy driving it? (via bert)
Cool. Very cool!
pytesla is a python binding to the Tesla Model S REST API so that you can monitor your car or programmatically interact with it. It makes it easy to schedule charging times, trigger heating/cooling according to weather or just gather stats. A car with an API, how cool is that? Can’t wait for the day […]
When data trumps journalism: A Most Peculiar Test Drive → Here’s the New York Times’ article referenced