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We Make Battery Diagnostics Simple

Our mission is to bring transparency to the degradation of the single most expensive system component, the battery. Years of artificial lab tests and electrochemical simulations cannot outweigh the value of in-field information extracted from real field data - that's what we believe.

We believe there's room for more...

How does Industry determine the state of the most expensive wearing part that gradually enters our daily lives? Almost not at all.

It is a common industry standard to regard a Li-ion battery at the end of its life when its State of Health (SOH) reached 70-80%. Yet - not only is "SOH" not standardized, but moreover extremely difficult to determine. This is only one of the reasons it is not readily displayed or accessible for neither the system manufacturer nor the owner & operator.

There is room to get better, let's take a look!


2 Million Tons of Usable Capacity are at Stake

Let's assume we could use an average Li-ion battery only 10% longer by correctly measuring its health, taking preventive action and tailoring application-centered end-of-life criteria...

...guess which amount of usable and productive battery system we'd spare from being discarded? At least 2 000 000 tons from 2025 - per year!

Economically, this equates to some billions of euros of value - so taking a closer look is not the only key for a sustainable operation of batteries, but for their economical success.

New Business Models to be explored

Only 15% of B2B companies do service and dedicated aftersale contracts and retargeting. Meaning there are 85% who don't! That is a lot of unearthed potential...


There are plenty options to bring the locked battery potentials into the market - from extended warranty programs, leasing or pay-per-use-models or simply by bettery battery system design. 

We enable industry to unlock these potentials and profit from it by unraveling new revenue streams! We supply your business to gain unique competitive advantages.

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