Industry leaders have discovered the critical and expanding role pressure mapping technology plays in battery formation for optimizing performance, maintaining quality, ensuring safety, and advancing battery technology through research and development efforts. This session will catch you up on what you need to know and will provide insight on integrating continuous pressure monitoring into battery management systems to assess battery health. Specifically:
- Improving battery performance and safety
- Pressure mapping provides valuable insights about internal processes occurring within the battery during formation, allowing for timely adjustments or corrective measures to ensure consistent quality in the manufacturing process.
- Continuous pressure monitoring can be integrated into battery management systems to assess battery health. Changes in pressure can indicate changes in internal conditions or possible defects, enabling proactive maintenance.
Join pressure mapping expert Raul Oreste from Tekscan to learn how you can leverage the technology to characterize and validate battery pressures.
Raul Oreste is a pressure mapping Product Manager at Tekscan where he is responsible for understanding customers' applications and developing a roadmap of products that cater to their surface sensing requirements. Raul’s experience spans engineering, sales, operations and marketing roles for leading aerospace, industrial, and consumer goods manufacturers. Raul has a BA in Aeronautical Engineering from National University of La Plata and holds an MBA from Babson College.