Battery Management & Platform
Battery Electrode Technologies
Nexmu NoPo Technologies Innovscape
NoPo solved the challenge of industrial-scale production of single-walled carbon nanotubes by developing the new High-Pressure Carbon Monoxide (HiPCO®) process. HiPCO® is a complete gas phase reaction that can operate continuously. These Nanotubes have a diameter distribution between 0.8 - 1.2nm and lengths ranging from 700nm to 2µm. The as-produced material consists of 33% metallic and 67% semiconducting nanotubes. These nanotubes are of a high surface area and aspect ratio. This material exhibits ballistic electron transport, NIR photoluminescence, and Raman scattering. The material's tensile strength is 150GPa for a single SWCNT, and the modulus is 1-1.8TPa
Battery Management and Platform
We have built products and platforms for an interoperable, configurable, and scalable electric powertrain. Our Battery Management System (BMS) works with any 2-wheeler, 3-wheeler, and 4-wheeler electric vehicle. The platform encompasses BMS hardware, firmware, gateway, cloud, and analytics. The platform is modular, flexible, and provides APIs for modular compatibility. This platform is built from the ground up and has applications to manage the BMS and the powertrain using PC or mobile devices. The data is processed in a cloud analytics platform that is interoperable between the powertrain components with a large data concurrency.
The products focus on optimum battery performance, range extension, and improved battery life. In a fully configured platform, it analyses battery data and its inter-dependencies on other components in the powertrain to optimize battery performance via the battery management system. The system uses advanced algorithms to continuously monitor SOC, SOP, SOH as well as driving conditions, user/driver driving patterns, and other relevant parameters related to the vehicle or the storage system.
Carbon Nanotubes -
Next Frontier for battery technology
Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNT) based electrodes allow Li-ion batteries to produce greater energy density and power density compared to incumbent technologies. We have solved the challenge of producing industrial-grade repeatable SWCNT with superior properties among this class of materials. Along with the material properties, our ability to monitor in-situ battery performance continuously enables us to extract the best performance. The team has developed most suitable SWCNT for Li-ion battery electrodes and an innovative cloud-based electrode monitoring solution that can keep tabs on individual batteries over an extended period. The ability to gather performance data enables the creation of a digital twin that allows automakers to quantify performance through the life of the battery.