NEMO unveils aspirations for advancing battery management systems in new presentation video


The video focuses on what the project wants to achieve in the next few years

February 5, 2024

Towards addressing challenges in battery management systems (BMS) for electric vehicles and stationary storage, the NEMO project has introduced its innovative approach through a newly released presentation video.

The video underscores the importance of efficiency and safety in battery operations, pointing out the limitations of existing BMS that often rely on a limited amount of observed data and simplified battery models. This European project seeks to overcome these challenges by advancing BMS with a combination of new hardware and software concepts, leveraging in-situ and in-operando electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) sensing, along with active cell switching for balancing at cell-level and sufficient computing power to execute real-time advanced models and algorithms.

NEMO’s video introduces its ambitious goals, including the prediction of critical issues unrelated to severe mechanical impacts, extending first-life battery duration by at least 20%, and capturing failure modes with 100% accuracy. By focusing on advancements in digital battery management, NEMO aims to position the European BMS industry as a leader in innovation.

As the project is still in progress, viewers are encouraged to stay connected with NEMO through its website and social media channels to receive updates on developments and milestones.