The new release of Flash Data Center, improved with machine learning and artificial intelligence, exploits big data analysis to improve lithium batteries’ performance.
We’re living in the era of the Internet of Things, where communication is digital, intelligent and interconnected and where monitoring devices and big data analysis are crucial to provide insight into consumer habits and offer high-tech, cutting-edge solutions.
Flash Battery started out in a garage 10 years ago and since then it has turned innovation into its strength and made the technology of its lithium batteries for industrial machines and electric vehicles accessible, wherever they are in the world, with a few clicks.
The latest release of Flash Data Center, the Company’s proprietary remote-control software, was presented at the latest edition of Bauma and was among the 41 finalists of Bauma Innovation Award for the best industrial projects in the area of research and innovation.
“Flash Data Center is a remote-control software designed to monitor, automatically and in real time, how each lithium battery is being used, regardless of where it is in the world. The system learns from the data analysed and improves battery performance. It analyses every parameter having to do with the battery’s operation, the most important of which is the battery’s SOH (state of health), to get an accurate picture of the condition of every single battery. Other parameters taken into account include voltage, current, temperature, and analysis of charge/discharge times, standing watch over the peaks and lows reached during these activities.” explains Marco Righi, CEO & Founder of Flash Battery. “This is undoubtedly a great added value for us and the customer, who receives accurate planning of replacements and valuable recommendations for correcting and perfecting the performance of their machinery, which, of course, increases productivity.”