Battery management startup drives AI in the cloud

September 10, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
ION Energy aims to be a key provider of battery management technology using the cloud, AI and digital twin modelling
ION Energy aims to be a key provider of battery management technology using the cloud, AI and digital twin modelling. Nick Flaherty talks to co-founder and CEO, Akhil Aryan.

A Battery Management startup in France and India has today launched its artificial intelligence cloud-based monitoring technology, called Edison.

The Mumbai based start-up has set a $1M revenue goal by 2020, aiming to sell over 50,000 BMSs and have upwards of 1GWh of batteries under management on the platform by that time. ION Energy designs and develops battery technology & software that battery pack makers, OEMs, and electric fleet managers leverage to build world-class batteries. At present the startup exports to 10+ countries including France, Poland, Sweden, Germany, Austria, South Africa, and North America.

It bought French BMS developer Freemans in 2017 to provide hardware and has now launched the Edison AI-based monitoring platform. “We are on the trajectory to become the world’s largest repository of battery data and the way that the licensing is working for us to be at that point in the next two years,” said Aryan.


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