Many businesses and property owners are adding EV charging facilities to their parking lots and garages to generate income, support fleet drivers or improve convenience for customers, employees, tenants or guests.
User authentication using RFID, Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) or Near-Field Communication (NFC) allows property owners to limit access to authorized tenants or employees and track time or electrical consumption by user—ultimately improving parking facility safety and enabling better cost control.
If you’re an EV charger manufacturer, or if you’re considering adding electric vehicle charging to your parking facilities for employees or guests, make sure you choose the right user authentication and access control technology.
Download this brief guide 14 Considerations for RFID Reader Selection for EV Charging to learn:
How RFID works for EV charging
The benefits of RFID for EV charging
Choosing an RFID reader for EV charging