Titan Advanced Energy Solutions (Titan) develops ultrasound-based technology and advanced algorithms that measure and evaluate the health and charge of lithium-ion batteries in real time.
Our patented ultrasound technology provides over 99% SoH/SoC accuracy over the life of the battery. The benefits of this dramatically improved accuracy are significant: at least 20% increase in charge capacity and 125% increase in battery life. The technology also provides unprecedented safety monitoring and control, real-time cell level monitoring and balancing. Suitable for automotive, ESS and consumer markets, Titan’s ultrasound ionView™ technology is priced comparably to traditional solutions, while adding significant benefits to manufacturers, integrators, producers and consumers.
"AT TITAN WE DON’T MAKE BATTERIES...
WE MAKE BATTERIES WORK BETTER..."
Our enhanced battery management system, eBMS, augments the capabilities of incumbent BMS solutions by measuring molecular changes in real time, providing improvements in system accuracy of up to two orders of magnitude.”
Our Second Life (2L) system brings ultrasonic-based hardware, cloud computing, and machine learning to evaluate the health of used EV batteries with 99% accuracy, building information symmetry between buyers and users and enabling a knowledge-based market
Identify use-case and battery architecture
Since each battery pack is designed for a specific application, the first step is that we thoroughly understand the system we are working with.
Characterize battery based on selected chemistry and architecture
Using Titan's EchOES platform, we test and characterize the selected cells. Then, we develop baseline measurements for the specific cell, while comparing it to traditional systems.
Analyze and develop ionView™ model
Once the system baseline has been established, an ionView™ control system for the same will be developed. Next, we test the battery using both ionView™ and traditional BMS. We compare performance results and showcase the advantages that ionView™ enables over other legacy systems.