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Predictive Battery Health Package from ViriCiti and TWAICE to boost efficiency of e-bus fleets. New white paper indicates cost savings of over 20,000 euros.

More and more companies are recognizing the potential of real-time data analytics in electric vehicle fleet management. TWAICE and ViriCiti are now publishing a white paper on the benefits their predictive maintenance program provides in terms of vehicle battery life and significant reduction in operating costs for e-bus fleets.

ViriCiti, recently part of ChargePoint, is a Dutch pioneer in the field of e-bus fleet management with a data-driven approach and cooperates with TWAICE in battery analytics. The result of the intensive collaboration is a Battery Health Package that provides advanced battery maintenance and forecasting indicators via an intuitive dashboard. The tool not only facilitates the analysis of all battery models, but also helps to keep them “healthy”. This means that e-fleet operators can accurately determine and improve the condition and lifespan. A white paper now reveals all the findings from practical experience.

Longer life, lower costs

The seamless integration of ViriCiti and TWAICE’s Battery Health Package provides state-of-health (SoH) information on individual vehicles at any given time, without disrupting ongoing operations. The integration provides comprehensive and reliable insight into the health of a battery. For both small and large fleets, significant time, cost and labor savings can be achieved, far beyond what was possible with previous solutions. ViriCiti and TWAICE have been working closely with the operator of an e-bus fleet over the past few months to achieve this. The insights gained from these studies are invaluable when it comes to issues such as strategic fleet renewal, maintenance or warranty. This allows data-driven decision-making processes to be integrated into the management of e-bus fleet operations from the outset.

Among other things, the study found that all the e-buses examined were still above the end-of-life criterion in terms of warranty coverage. According to Alexander Schabert, Senior Director Global Bus Sales at ViriCiti: “The Battery Health Package holds high savings potential – after all, power storage accounts for up to 50 % of the cost of an electric vehicle. We deliver a precise condition determination and prediction of the remaining lifetime of batteries, which can even be increased by up to 25 % thanks to this solution.”

Guaranteed planning reliability

Instead of having to test each vehicle’s battery individually, the Battery Health Package enables a fleet-wide analysis that replaces mere estimates with real facts. “Like all vehicles, batteries are stressed differently and with our AI-powered solution, lengthy physical tests are a thing of the past. Our customers receive detailed evaluations at the push of a button and thus real planning reliability, which helps them optimize the entire value chain. But it’s not just financial benefits that speak for implementing our system, because the seamless analysis of the batteries guarantees smooth operation, and that in turn ensures more satisfied passengers and better customer ratings,” said Dr. Michael Baumann, Co-CEO of TWAICE.

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TWAICE provides predictive analytics software that optimizes the development and operation of lithium-ion batteries. TWAICE’s core technology is the digital twin – a software that combines deep battery knowledge and artificial intelligence to determine the condition and predict aging and performance of batteries. This makes complex battery systems more transparent, effective and reliable. As the leading battery analytics software for global players in the mobility and energy sectors, TWAICE is committed to increasing the lifetime, efficiency and sustainability of the products that power the economy of tomorrow.

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About ViriCiti (now part of ChargePoint)

ViriCiti started in 2012 with a focus on electric buses and trucks and is now a market leader in the United States and Europe, with over 3500 buses and chargers connected to its platform. The company is working with over 200 OEMs and fleet operators worldwide and aims to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles by offering an all-in-one solution for full-electric as well as mixed fleets. In 2021, ViriCiti was acquired by ChargePoint, a leading electric vehicle (EV) charging network operating in North America and Europe. More at

Author: TWAICE

Published: 20 January 2022

Location: Munich