SPEED UP E-MOBILITY
Batteries comprise up to 50% of the total vehicle costs –translating into more than 1 billion € asset value per 100,000 vehicles.
Superior batteries for an emission-free future
TWAICE enables the automotive industry to up its battery game – generate more value with batteries by simulating before start of production and by enhancing after-sales services with our predictive battery analytics.
Added value along the battery lifecycle
There is a use case for you – whether you produce SUVs, family vans, little city hoppers or Formula-E cars.
Improve your battery design
Optimal battery design & reduced testing
Optimize your battery system design for your individual needs or find the right cell for your load profile by simulating battery behavior for different power and temperature profiles. This allows you to reduce your testing effort significantly. Other simulations, such as capacity loss over time, provide insights into the battery development and allow you to keep design promises, like expected driving range, without costly oversizing of the battery.
Enable a longer life
Increased battery lifetime & profitability
Get reliable data on battery health through remote monitoring and battery analytics to manage your batteries efficiently and increase their lifetime. Anomalies and trends can be detected early to avoid costly breakdowns and increase customer satisfaction. A failure probability prediction by our battery analytics additionally allows you to customize maintenance timing and increase planning security. Additionally, warranty can be tracked, and the batteries used accordingly.
Give a second chance
Enable second-life usage
The detailed information on previous use, battery health and remaining useful lifetime enable a targeted transfer into second life. Matching the right modules together without additional testing to ensure highest performance and safety drives the overall profitability of batteries.
We are industry experts
Electric Vehicles Recalls
It all started in 2015 with a massive recall – one of the biggest in history. In the emissions scandal that became known as Dieselgate, Volkswagen had to call back almost 11 million vehicles at a cost of over 16 billion euro. Read about how costly battery recalls can be prevented.