Validating battery design is a rapidly changing field with daily innovations as new cell chemistries and pack configurations are tested to get a market edge on longer range and better performance. The battery is often the most expensive part of a car and the quality and performance has a huge impact on brand, marketability, and margin. It’s also imperative to be knowledgeable about the assembly process as scrap and rework is very expensive.
For a solution to meet these sorts of demands, it must:
Minimize test quality discrepancies and underutilized assets, as well as retest and throwaway test data
Accelerate test insights through guided exploration of test results and associated data
Reduce engineering time to automate the aggregation of siloed data sources and the standardization of data formats
Scale solutions from initial system to large multisite deployments
Using data from an NI Battery Test System (BTS), let's walk through how to set up a application that imports data from a BTS into SystemLink™ software, creates interactive dashboards using Grafana and Jupyter notebooks, sets up role-based access, and more.
NI offers a variety of solution integration options customized to your application-specific requirements. You can use your own internal integration teams for full system control or leverage the expertise of NI and our worldwide NI Partner Network to obtain a turnkey solution.
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