Using batteries as power sources for testing is an extremely time-consuming and costly challenge across the transportation electrification industry including EV, aerospace, and e-mobility markets. The transition from traditional to modern electrification architectures, require flexible and scalable testing methodologies.
Testing with batteries can delay projects, increase safety risks and hinder engineering productivity. As electrification is evolving to higher power demands, the ability to emulate a battery or energy storage systems with speed and precision is critical. Battery emulation can substantially reduce test time, energy consumption and operating costs.
Learn what battery emulation capabilities are the right approaches for faster, scalable and more repeatable testing. We'll share next generation techniques for testing propulsion systems in planes, trains and automobiles. This talk will also cover industry uses cases for testing DC Fast Chargers, batteries and other EV applications from R&D to production.