Flash Battery will present at Bauma the new release of its remote and real-time control software, the Flash Data Center, which uses Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to learn, improve battery performance and provide essential information for new implementations.
More than 10 years of experience in the world of customised lithium batteries and continuous refinement of the Flash Data Center have enabled Flash Battery to put data at the heart of design, as a source of information for the creation of new models, and at the heart of battery management, for constant performance improvement.
In its latest release, the software, which analyses 24/7 data on battery operation, is integrated in a virtual environment with Containerized Architecture and leverages the latest artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to perform self-diagnostics, detect battery health, schedule predictive maintenance and understand how the industrial machines and electric vehicles on which they are installed are being used, from construction to specialty vehicles, from railways to agriculture.
“Today we are able to collect a greater amount of information than ever before, analysing up to 4,000 sensors per battery, and the trend is growing,” explains Marco Righi, CEO & Founder of Flash Battery. “The goal is to build an increasingly robust infrastructure that works and processes huge amounts of data all the time and is able to interpret trends, variations and anomalies to recreate realistic use cases that will allow us to develop increasingly intelligent lithium batteries.”