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Smart Energy Unit

Intelligent charging management in intralogistics

Smart fleet management is a basic prerequisite for remaining competitive in the dynamic world of intralogistics. Smart charging is an important part of this, ensuring availability, flexibility, energy efficiency and, not least, transparent cost management. Only if you know when, where and how much energy is needed and consumed can you plan your charging processes and thus the availability of your vehicles and the seamless flow of materials reliably and with foresight.

With STILL smart charging, you benefit from comprehensive, digital and transparent monitoring and management of battery and chargingrelevant processes. The STILL Smart Energy Unit (SEU) provides hardwired networking for your stationary chargers and ensures efficient energy distribution. Thus, charging levels can be analysed, capacities planned and charging processes prioritised. With remarkable results: Thanks to a smart charging algorithm, your fleet remains ready at all times, avoiding queues in front of chargers.

Via the dashboard, you will have absolute clarity about battery charge levels, energy use and charging behaviour at all times. And importantly, you will save money. After all, by defining charging time slots, priorities and power limits, you will avoid cost-intensive load peaks, and you will be able to achieve noticeable reductions in your power costs overall. That is smart charging with STILL lithium-ion technology.

Smart Energy Unit in 3 minutes

  • Optimised costs:
    Cost-intensive power peaks are avoided thanks to smart power distribution and the definition of charging time slots.
  • Transparency:
    Clear visualisation of all relevant charging data in one user friendly dashboard.
  • Energy efficiency:
    Optimised resource utilisation thanks to a smart charging management algorithm.

Everything in view


The dashboard of the STILL Smart Energy Unit provides a clear view of all relevant charging management information. This includes not only the system status and the number of active chargers, but also the current prioritisation (priority) and the current operating power. The lower part of the dashboard provides a detailed view of the most important parameters for each connected charger.

Charging profile

In the “Load Profiles” area, the operator is provided with an overview of the charging data from all connected chargers. Different time slots can be selected, any number of devices can be viewed in comparison and evaluations can be downloaded. The data can be used to obtain helpful information to optimise charging processes, e. g. to avoid load peaks by setting appropriate charging limits.

General Settings

The “General Settings” button also offers a number of individual setting options. For example, power limits can be defined in kW, charging time slots can be configured or personal priorities set, based on categories such as “Chargers”, “Status of  charging (SoC)” and “Truck ID”.

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