Elysia will be informing fleets as to how they can can optimise the management and value of electric vehicles. The event is the leading annual gathering of managers of the world’s largest multinational commercial fleets – fleets which are becoming increasingly electrified, a transition which is bringing multiple challenges around the understanding of battery-powered vehicles.
The spin-off offers a suite of battery intelligence technologies that can unleash the potential of an electric fleet, providing insight on the management and optimisation of batteries to the mass automotive market for the first time.
Drawing on WAE’s experience in high-performance batteries, gleaned from the supply of batteries to electric motorsport series, as well as the design and development of batteries for electric hypercars and mining trucks, Elysia offers more than a decade of expertise, amassed at the apex of battery advancement in which WAE has constantly sought to push the limits of performance, longevity and charging in the harshest environments on the planet - with software playing a vital role.
Elysia is built upon a unique combination of AI and data science, fused with electrochemical modelling expertise and features state-of-the-art embedded and cloud-based products such as Elysia Cloud Platform - a cloud-based system which uses proprietary digital twin technology. It helps fleet owners and battery asset financiers turn data into actionable insights, designed to enable these customers to accurately forecast and extend battery life, enhance safety, and protect residual values. By providing a complete picture of the battery’s state of health, it has been designed to bring much-needed transparency, while enabling accurate verification of degradation and in-life fault-finding, offering the potential to revolutionise the second-life battery market.
At the conference, Elysia Technical Lead, Tim Engstrom, will be delivering a presentation at the conference, entitled “The key to making EVs work for tomorrow's fleets? Understanding batteries”, which will provide fleets insight into how Elysia’s suite of software innovations can give help in the forecasting and setting of residual values and warranties, through a complete picture of a fleet vehicle’s battery performance history and more accurate analysis of its actual state of health.
“Elysia, Battery Intelligence from WAE, brings a new generation of battery intelligence to the automotive and e-mobility sectors” said Elysia Commercial Lead, Joe Jones. “Its unique capabilities offer unprecedented insight and foresight, unleashing untapped performance, life and safety for every electric vehicle. As the fleet market transitions to a zero emission, battery-powered future, understanding how to maximise the value delivered from an electric fleet across its entire life becomes paramount. Elysia provides easy to interpret, actionable battery insights to give fleet owners – and battery asset financiers – unprecedented insight into battery life, allowing them to maximise the value any EV fleet delivers over the course of its life.”
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