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  1. I used abrp on several long distance plans through Germany and other european countries and would appreciate if abrp could coach me along the route on the optimal speed to use. A bit like the warnings my Tesla gives to stay below certain speeds to reach my destination but more as a speed coach during the whole trip. Currently I goal seek the best trip times running abrp at different maximum speeds. Would be nice if an abrp coach would monitor the trip and make suggestions like “change your speed from 160 to 120 to skip the next fast charger and arrive at your destination 10 minutes earlier”
  2. the answer will be in the data that abrp is collecting
  3. Description: on my ipad mini 1 the burn down charts does not show as a chart. It only shows a black rectangle where the chart should appear. When I click on the chart it zooms to full screen but stays black. Type: on the App (ipad v4.0.12)
  4. Thanks, I second any and all charging overhead experiences from other road trippers. As abrp is already planning the driving to the charging location and can see from live car data what the actual charging overhead is per location that is valuable information that will benefit all other users not familiar with the specific location. I am impressed with the 2-3 minutes that fits your Charging overhead for trip planning. I find that the abrp suggested 5 minutes is not always enough but putting in 10 minutes for all stops is probably not getting me the best possible trip planning. Abrp can build these statistics per charging location so why not put that data to work to support abrps goal of making ev trip planning as easy as possible
  5. I like the effort you put in making abrp do the heavy lifting on the planning of ev road trips. One thing I find hard to guess is the average Charging overhead for a road trip as I often have no experience with the charging locations that abrp will suggest. Some locations need low overhead while others require substantial extra overhead. This can also change over time eg at different times of day or be occasionally different when a location has detours or eg some chargers take more time to get charging than others. You could even see the extra time spent at locations with good facilities as extra Charging overhead as opposed to minimal Charging overhead at places you do not want to spend any more time than strictly necessary. Can you build a database on the actual and/or average charging overhead that abrp-users take per location and use this database in trip planning?
  6. Hi, I have my iphone upside down in my car when charging. I notice other ios apps like Google maps and Flitsmeister (greatest car app ever!) do autorotate when my phone is upside down. Please add this autorotate feature to abrp app. Thank you 🙏
  7. Description: Show user specific charging costs for the charging stops from abrp planning algorithm. Use Case: On my latest 1200km trip from Amsterdam to Madonna di Campiglio in Italy abrp both was very helpfull and also needed much more attention compared to the Tesla Supercharger planner in my Tesla Model 3. Starting to plan this route I noticed abrp algo shows charging points with no cost for the calculated charging stops (in Germany at EnBW and Innogy for example). I solved this by setting prefer&avoid settings per network on the map. Currently this very much improves planning to competitive abrp plans vs Tesla Supercharger planner. Nb further improvement would be to also manage prefer&avoid setting in my abrp profile but keep the option to set prefer&avoid from the planning map. Does abrp algo have the data to calculate specific charging costs based on user specific availability of charging provider/network/platform passes and/or provider/network/platform apps? For example the Ionity €8 flat fee made planning over Ionity significantly cheaper than EnBW/Innogy that abrp algo also suggested without Ionity preference. This summer I will travel to France and I understand that using the french Freemiles charging pass will provide charging at a €4 per hour flat fee.
  8. Use case: Show correct charging costs for the charging stops from abrp planning algorithm. On my latest 1200km trip from Amsterdam to Madonna di Campiglio in Italy abrp both was very helpfull and also needed much more attention compared to the Tesla Supercharger planner in my Tesla Model 3. Starting to plan this route I noticed abrp algo shows charging points with no cost for the calculated charging stops (in Germany at EnBW and Innogy for example). I solved this by setting prefer&avoid settings per network on the map. Currently this very much improves planning to competitive abrp plans vs Tesla Supercharger planner. Nb further improvement would be to also manage prefer&avoid setting in my abrp profile but keep the option to set prefer&avoid from the planning map. Does abrp algo have the data to calculate specific charging costs based on user specific availability of charging provider/network/platform passes and/or provider/network/platform apps? For example the Ionity €8 flat fee made planning over Ionity significantly cheaper than EnBW/Innogy that abrp algo also suggested without Ionity preference. This summer I will travel to France and I understand that using the french Freemiles charging pass will provide charging at a €4 per hour flat fee.
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