Electrochemical storage systems and AI

A fast, automated way of evaluating battery data and making it available to AI processes

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Electrochemical energy storage systems and fuel cell technologies hold two of the keys to making a successful transition to alternative sources of energy. Batalyse GmbH, a spin-off of the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT, is using modular software packages to automate capturing, documentation and evaluation processes for battery and fuel cell test data. Material manufacturers, cell developers and R&D departments can use the visualizations of the results as an effective means of targeting developments and improvements in their products.