BMS Webinar with Professor Reick of RWH

Thurs­day, July 28, 2022, 17:00 pm CET / BMS Webi­nar with Pro­fes­sor Reick of RWH

HIL for e‑Mobility Webinar Series

BMS Challenges in 400-Volt and 800V EV Architectures: Powertrain Development and Testing Using HIL


Bat­tery Man­age­ment Sys­tems (BMS) are the heart of Elec­tric Vehi­cle (EV) pow­er­trains and are crit­i­cal for ensur­ing per­for­mance, safe­ty, longevi­ty, accu­ra­cy, and effi­cient bat­tery operation.
With the cur­rent state of the art bat­tery sys­tems designed around 400-volt as well as emerg­ing 800-volt bat­tery sys­tems, there is an increas­ing demand for a more stream­lined design and ful­ly auto­mat­ed test­ing process­es in every phase of the prod­uct life­cy­cle — from ear­ly devel­op­ment to sys­tem inte­gra­tion and life­cy­cle main­te­nance as com­pa­nies com­pete to remain cur­rent in this adoption.
How­ev­er, due to BMS’s com­plex­i­ty and the need for its inte­gra­tion and inter­op­er­abil­i­ty with oth­er pow­er­train com­po­nents, the devel­op­ment process is often frag­ment­ed, cost­ly, and extreme­ly time consuming.
Join Typhoon HIL and our BMS experts in the sec­ond part of our HIL for e‑Mobility Webi­nar Series address­ing BMS chal­lenges in the con­stant­ly evolv­ing EV mar­ket for com­pa­nies that are design­ing and inte­grat­ing bat­tery sys­tems. 

Attendees will learn about the:

  • Cur­rent devel­op­ments and future trends for both 400-volt and 800-volt BMS
  • Bar­ri­ers com­pa­nies are fac­ing to a larg­er adop­tion rate for the 800-volt systems
  • Shift­ing evo­lu­tion of BMS appli­ca­tions and the essen­tial com­mu­ni­ca­tion inter­faces required in the migration
  • Effect on mod­el-based con­trol to accu­rate­ly man­age cells for opti­mal pow­er, capac­i­ty, and performance
  • Evo­lu­tion of high-fideli­ty sim­u­la­tions which enable more accu­rate state-of-charge (SoC) and state-of-health (SoH) estimations

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