Grid-scale battery storage systems are inherently complex due to the wide variety of configurations, chemistries and operating parameters found in real-world applications. As such they also generate an enormous amount of data that is a veritable treasure trove of information. Energy storage system owners and operators need rapid access to their battery data in order to design and commission systems that meet demanding requirements, and to optimize storage system operations in the field.
With Voltaiq software you can harness this data to ensure you procure the best batteries for your application, enhance operations and gain visibility into warranty issues and unscheduled downtimes.
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Improve validation at the cell, module, rack and system level
Meet specific design specifications with less overbuilding
Root out and address problems during commissioning
Achieve more precise and accurate battery management systems
Monitor the health of your battery assets and systems in real time
As our team has shifted to a more remote work environment, Voltaiq enabled us to continue working well together as a team, limit the impact to battery testing and data analysis, allowing us to deliver on our objectives without any time delay.
As demand for more advanced batteries climbs, companies are heavily investing in equipment and human capital to accelerate battery development. However, this strategy is not leading to faster battery development processes: most battery projects still take 3 to 5 years, and time-to-market remains a major project concern.
A deep dive into how the Elevate team at Uber is using Voltaiq to shape the future of urban mobility.
At the recent International Battery Seminar in Fort Lauderdale, we got to hear Tushar Swamy, a senior cell engineer at Uber, talk about his company’s vision for the future of urban mobility: a vision of multi-modal transport encompassing electric bikes, ride sharing, and even aircraft.
In this talk, Tushar walks the audience through the requirements for an aircraft, specifically eVTOL (Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing) as part of Uber’s Elevate program. Elevate is developing small, battery-powered aircraft that takes off vertically, cruises safely, and lands vertically.
Watch the talk and sign up below to get a demonstration of how Voltaiq can help your organization launch ambitious battery-powered products.