Ian HoppeCEO and Founder
In his career Ian Hoppe has worked in all parts of the electrical industry, from the oil fields of the Gulf of Mexico to the depths of hospital power plants. He spent years doing data collection and analysis of complex electrical systems and was inspired to create what has become Condoit, a platform to fix the paper-based processes that plague the electrical industry.
Ian Hoppe’s Session(s):
| Wednesday, October 19, 2022
Industry experts agree that hundreds of EV charger installations will take place every day in the next several years to meet demand and stave off range anxiety. The most cumbersome part of the installation is the design, engineering, and permitting processes. Site audits and data collection are primarily on paper and design tools haven't changed to meet the exact needs of EV charger installers. Manufacturers and engineers are working to minimize these processes to take the time it takes to receive a set of permit-ready drawings from weeks to days.
In the course of this session, we will discuss three ways to minimize the design and engineering process for EV charger installation through an end-to-end case study.
- Digital tools for site survey and design.
- Finding the right engineering partner to work with your company at scale.
- Other digital tools on the market for accelerating the permit process after you've submitted your prints to the municipality.