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2018 CEO Forecast with Patrick Trippel at Inventus Power
Commentary contributed by Patrick Trippel, CEO, Inventus Power
There has been a sea change in the battery industry in the last year, and since we expect these changes to extend into 2018 and beyond, I have begun to think of this as the beginning of a new era. The last fifteen years have shown how readily our world can adopt new mobile technologies.

Battery Manufacturing Meets the Digital Enterprise
Commentary contributed by Melanie Spare, Business Development Manager, Battery, Siemens Digital Factory
One of the most important components and the key technology for electro-mobility is the battery. Battery technology and costs are decisive factors pushing development. When setting up battery production for electric vehicles, for example, a high level of automation is necessary. Experts are assuming that 2017 will set the trend for the future of the battery business. In order to remain competitive, manufacturing companies need to achieve enormous improvements in their processes.


ITRI Showcases Technologies to Improve the Efficacy and Safety of Battery Systems
The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has introduced smart battery technologies. RAIBA (Reconfigurable Array of Inexpensive Batteries Architecture) is an intelligent battery array management system using AI self-learning and optimization technology to manage and reconfigure in real time an energy-storage or automotive battery array to suit specific load requirements. STOBA (Self-Terminated Oligomer with Hyper-Branched Architecture), a battery safety material, reduces the fire hazard of lithium-ion batteries.

Advanced Battery Management System Enables a Safer, Smarter Car of the Future
Automotive OEMs can enhance the safety of their lithium-ion battery packs with robust communications, comprehensive diagnostics, and lower system costs with the MAX17843 12-channel, high-voltage smart sensor data-acquisition device from Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.

Infineon Enables Flexible Wireless Charging for Automotive and Consumer Applications
Designs for efficient and easy-to-use wireless charging transmitters for consumer, medical, and industrial devices are offered by Infineon Technologies AG. Based on the AURIX and XMC microcontroller families, a range of Infineon power semiconductors and software IP the Infineon solutions support smart and safe wireless charging applications.

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Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Launches a Venture Capital Fund to Invest Up to $1 Billion Over Five Years
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, a leading automotive alliance, has announced the launch of Alliance Ventures, a new corporate venture capital fund that plans to invest up to $1 billion to support open innovation over the next five years. In its first year, the fund expects to invest up to $200 million in start-ups and open innovation partnerships with technology entrepreneurs focused on new mobility, including vehicle electrification, autonomous systems, connectivity and artificial intelligence.

NEC Energy Solutions Commissions 50 MW of Grid Energy Storage Facilities in UK
NEC Energy Solutions (NEC ES), a wholly-owned subsidiary of NEC Corp., has completed the commissioning of a total of 50 MW of energy storage projects in the UK with VLC Energy, a joint venture between Low Carbon, a renewable energy investment company, and VPI Immingham, owner of one of the largest combined heat and power plants in Europe and part of the Vitol Group.

New Lithium-Rich Battery Could Last Much Longer
On paper, it doesn't seem like Christopher Wolverton's super lithium-rich battery should work. For one, the novel battery uses iron, an inexpensive metal that has notoriously failed in batteries. And in another difficult feat, the battery leverages oxygen to help drive the chemical reaction, which researchers previously believed would cause the battery to become unstable. But not only does the battery work, it does so incredibly well.

Nexeon Leads Project Aimed at Doubling Range of Next Generation EVs
Nexeon, a company developing silicon materials for next generation Li-ion batteries, and its partners have been awarded £7 million in Innovate UK funding for a project to develop significantly better materials for Li-ion batteries. The work is an essential step to achieving electric vehicles (EVs) with a range of 400 miles and above. The project, named SUNRISE, will develop better battery materials based on silicon as a replacement for carbon in the cell anode, and optimize cell designs for automotive application.




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