Vodafone India to Enable Connectivity in Mahindra Reva’s e2o

Vodafone India and Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles today announced a strategic technology partnership. This partnership will enable Vodafone to provide Machine-to-Machine (m2m) communication services to power the recently launched electric vehicle, Mahindra e2o.

Vodafone India connectivity to Mahindra Reva e2o

The e2o which has just been launched in India is a truly ‘connected car’ and is among a select few in the world to support telematics.

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Mahindra Reva e2o car owners can using their smart phones or any internet connected computer, with Vodafone’s connectivity, access the following services :

  • Know the state of charge in the battery of their car and how far they can travel with the available charge·
  • Remotely control its air-conditioning and set schedules to pre-heat or pre-cool the car before they use it · Lock or unlock the car doors · Find the nearest charging stations·
  •  Receive alerts on various events with the car such as a disruption in charging due to power cuts, safety related reminders such as a door being left unlocked or a parking brake not applied.
  • Get an emergency boost charge with a command on the smart phone to go an extra 8-10 kms.
  • Have the Mahindra Reva Tech Help Desk remotely do prognosis and diagnostics of the car.

The e2o uses Vodafone’s m2m services  Ltd, for this connectivity and provides a holistic and cutting edge experience including many other useful and innovative features,  specially tailored by Vodafone Business Services (VBS), the enterprise arm of Vodafone India.

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  • Arjun Chandrashekar April 12, 2013 11:16 am, 11:16 AM

    Dear Vodafone
    First Improve Your Network Quality
    Except Corporate Customers Please Reduce the Plan For others.
    and please Don’t Activate Value Added Services to Fill Your Bucks
    Thanking You

  • SS April 10, 2013 10:34 pm, 10:34 PM

    Innovative move but firstly, they must expand 3G services!

  • Vivek Sindhu April 10, 2013 3:46 pm, 3:46 PM

    Good move from vodafone india and also patner mahindra , this motivates other operators………….

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