The University of Michigan Battery Lab is a campus research center offering academic and industrial users from around the world the ability to prototype, scale, and test new battery and battery materials innovations, with a focus on go-to-market acceleration.
On October 27, 2022 Greg Less, Battery Lab Technical Director at University of Michigan Battery Lab, Tal Sholklapper, CEO & Co-Founder at Voltaiq, and Eli Leland, CTO & Co-Founder at Voltaiq, discussed their relationship over the past eight years, how the two organizations have effectively worked together, and the value that The Battery Lab has received from the Voltaiq solution, including:
Superior Data Sharing – Seamlessly and securely distribute cloud-based test results to customers while preventing visibility into other customers’ data on the same testing machines.
Streamlined Operations – Implementing the Voltaiq solution eliminated headaches around managing and distributing test results, and addressed their staff turnover concerns.
Customizable Solution – Based on the Battery Lab’s needs, a custom report was configured to forecast battery cycling over time and automate customer invoicing
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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.