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Liminal receives $2.75-million grant for development of its EchoStat platform

The California Energy Commission (CEC) has awarded $2.75 million to US battery manufacturing data and analytics provider Liminal to advance the company’s EchoStat EV battery cell inspection system from manual assembly to largely automated factory-ready equipment suited to the requirements of gigafactories.

The award is part of the CEC’s Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) program, which is designed to support clean energy entrepreneurs in developing new technologies to the low-rate initial production stage.

Liminal’s EchoStat platform uses ultrasound inspection and machine learning analytics to provide manufacturers with information to improve battery quality, reliability and performance. According to Liminal CEO Andrew Hsieh, “We specifically designed EchoStat to help manufacturers meet the growing production demand by providing data-backed insights to make their systems more intelligent and ensure the highest quality standards.”

Source: Liminal


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