Dr. Kai-Philipp Kairies working in a meetingDr. Kai-Philipp Kairies working in a meeting

This paper will explain:

What are some of the key challenges that you said your customers are facing, based on the “complexity” of batteries and their operation?

Designing an energy storage system is a very lengthy and difficult process and then operating it the right way – that would be manageable, but most system integrators have at least two, three, or four suppliers of battery modules.

Many of them have had at some point a bad experience with a battery supplier that wouldn’t deliver anymore, they wouldn’t fulfil contracts. What companies are facing now is that they have three or four different suppliers for batteries and they get new generations of batteries every 18 months because everyone is still optimising their systems, and they’re all different, behave slightly differently and they want to have a certain constant quality output and they’re trying their best – but it’s incredibly hard.

What we do is that we take away some of that complexity with highly automated diagnostics and a very scalable data engine that takes all of this battery data, and does some 'battery magic' and as a result gives very actionable insight.

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