The battery industry must dramatically accelerate both technology development and production in order to meet rising global demand in the transportation and grid energy storage sectors.
Legacy development processes rooted in the hypothesize-test-analyze-iterate cycle will be too slow to meet required timelines for this transformational technology — industry players must modernize in order to survive and win. Fortunately, a new class of enterprise computing platforms have emerged that are already helping companies across the battery ecosystem to accelerate technology development and scale-up, namely Materials Informatics and Enterprise Battery Intelligence (EBI).
Watch this on-demand webinar with Citrine Informatics, whose leading materials informatics platform leverages machine learning, materials science expertise, and experimental results to help battery companies optimize battery formulations and processes for performance, cost, materials supply availability, and manufacturability.
An integration with Voltaiq’s Enterprise Battery Intelligence platform provides customers with a fully automated, digitized, closed-loop system to rapidly identify and evaluate promising formulations and process adjustments, ultimately slashing development time and cost.
In this webinar you will learn:
Dr. Jacob Mohin, Citrine Informatics
Dr. Kevin Wood, Voltaiq
Dr. Eli Leland, Voltaiq (Moderator)
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Streamline vendor management, qualifying multiple suppliers in a centralized platform
Determine battery degradation rates, battery SOH, and performance to warranty
Accelerate all aspects of development aimed at meeting specific design requirements
Decrease battery test cycle times, by identifying test issues as soon as they occur
Identify manufacturing issues with real-time, rules-based analytics
Understand in-use trends that impact warranty claims
Having a centralized hub for data is critical as battery projects become more complicated. Voltaiq helps us better visualize our battery data and enables us to build safer and more dependable devices.