future,” said Dr Michael Baumann, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Twaice. “The combination of BearingPoint’s extensive industry expertise with our in-depth battery know-how and advanced battery analytics solutions creates maximum customer value.”
The digital twin technology can be used in multiple ways with predictive battery analytics, ranging from optimized R&D and production over decreased warranty costs to optimized fleet management. Another application area is the second life of batteries, which includes for example the integration of used batteries into energy storage systems.
The partnership will help clients to gain comprehensive knowledge and transparency about the factors that influence batteries and to improve the state of health in both the short and long run using the approach of predictive analytics through the digital twin sofware.
“The usage of battery analytics enables mobility providers and vehicle manufacturers to offer services to their customers which are sustainable in both ecological and economical terms,” said Christoph Landgrebe, Partner at BearingPoint. “With customers requiring reliable, sustainable, and affordable mobility solutions, electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular worldwide. And as batteries are the main cost driver of electric vehicles, it is essential to analyze and understand the factors influencing batteries and how they can be controlled. Together with our partner Twaice, we support our customers with predictive battery analytics across the entire value chain to improve the state of health and reduce costs.”
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