EV adoption is growing, but the convenience of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles is still the benchmark. Exceeding market expectations depends on continual innovation in batteries. Intensive testing of EV batteries is crucial and EV manufacturers, suppliers, and test facilities need to make the best use of their battery test lab to ensure fast development.
In this free webinar at our Fall Virtual Conference (October 17-20, 2022), presented by Keysight, we will highlight ways to improve the efficiency in designing and operating your battery test lab and getting insights into the cell and battery pack faster.
- Learn more about different approaches to set up a battery test lab, depending on your individual initial situation.
- See how flexible hardware options allow scalability and optimization of the individual lab layout – now and in the future.
- Explore how our lab management software can help to increase lab output, and optimize workflows and data transparency.
Other sessions at our Fall Virtual Conference include:
New Innovative Laser Welding For Hermetic Seal Of Aluminum Alloys In EV
Aluminum alloys are commonly used materials for EV power electronics housing and cold plate. To achieve maximum packaged protection from environmental elements that could reduce reliability or cause leaking, hermetic seals on Aluminum alloys are often required.
This presentation will introduce TRUMPF’s latest innovation in using a combination of BrightLine Weld Beam Shaping technology and unique Multi-focus optics to achieve hermetic seals on various Aluminum alloys, including die-cast Aluminums.
Overcoming Challenges In The Validation Of Battery Management Systems
Battery management systems (BMS) are essential to ensure safe, efficient, and reliable operation and the long-term vitality of the battery over hundreds of charging cycles.
In this presentation, dSPACE will present a powerful solution to overcome testing challenges and to increase the quality and maturity of integrated battery systems.
Broadcast live October 17 – 20, 2022, the conference content will span the EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem, including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and more.