Utilising artifical intelligence, Flash Battery’s Data Center is able to carry out advanced and predictive analyses of big data from lithium batteries in real time.
Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine Learning (ML) are part of the current digital revolution, a transformation that is changing the world at a breakneck pace. The most advanced companies have been facing up to the challenges of the market and analyzed the needs in depth before creating a product or service that brings real improvement and value.
That’s what Flash Battery did ten years ago when it decided not to merely design lithium batteries for industries according to the highest standards of safety, performance, autonomy and life cycle – but to push the boundaries by setting up the structure for the Flash Data Center, an automatic remote control system that uses computing, IoT and artificial intelligence to thoroughly examine battery operation in real time and prevent faults, delivering both predictive and preventive diagnostics, but also enables the industrial machinery and electric vehicles manufacturer to keep track of the battery’s end of life thanks to an accurate state of health (SOH) control system.
The new release of Flash Data Center will be presented in the upcoming edition of Bauma, where participants will get a chance to navigate and interact with the dashboard at Flash Battery’s Booth 339 in Hall A5, where the technical staff will also be busy presenting the latest generation of lithium batteries designed for industrial uses.