‘Best-of-Breed’ EV Battery Telemetry with ODOS’ IoT Cloud Platform
23/09/2021by ODOS Solutions
ODOS’ IoT Cloud platform delivers a data-backbone to support the emerging telemetry demands of the EV battery industry, solving critical issues and boosting efficiency.
Reducing risk of battery failure
An EV’s battery failure can be extremely costly because it accounts for a large proportion of a vehicle’s production cost.
The ODOS IoT Cloud platform minimizes the risk of vehicle battery failure by enabling secure data collection, big-data analytics and predictive maintenance to prognose battery failure due to manufacturing faults, lithium plating and thermal runaway. Thereby, improving fleet performance, safety and reducing warranty claims.
Optimizing performance via remote monitoring
The remote monitoring of 400+ signals (including battery pack temperatures, currents and State of Charge (SoC)) from the Battery Management System (BMS), as well as parameters from across the Vehicle Network, supports the near real-time analysis of the battery packs and propulsion system to optimise fleet charging, reduce vehicle downtime and improve battery life.
Additionally, by storing all battery historical operational data in the cloud, it simplifies compliance and reduces cost for insurance and warranty cases.
Speeding up time to market
The centralised storage, visualisation and analysis of pre-production fleet trails, whether for durability, quality or climate testing, helps to isolate, identify and diagnose faults at scale, thereby drastically reducing development time and minimizing time to market.
Key data and fault capture features include standard and proprietary CAN data signal acquisition, high speed CAN traces captured using pre/post triggers on driver demand, fault codes or calculated parameters, as well as higher level protocols (J1939, OBDII, UDS, etc) and Over-the-Air (OTA) diagnostics.
Maintaining fleet compliance
No matter where vehicles are located in the world, Over-the-Air (OTA) updates ensure the entire fleet remains harmonised to a common configuration and data acquisition strategy.
When compared to traditional back-to-base manual re-configuration methods, OTA automated updates offer huge resource, time and cost savings for customers.
The software version control of all vehicle network ECUs also helps to ensure the fleet is compliant to the latest software revisions. New software feature/bug-fix releases are monitored and directly correlated with the number of fault codes generated (DTCs), thereby facilitating a continual improvement process and accelerating the product development lifecycle to minimise time to market.
What is the ODOS Cloud telemetry platform?
As a trusted technology partner to leading Tier 1 Battery suppliers, BEV/FCEV OEMs and Fleet Operators, ODOS delivers an industrialised White-Label IoT Cloud Platform. This platform provides the technology backbone to enable Battery Swapping services, BAAS, Battery Lifecycle Management, MAAS and Mixed-Fleet Management (Gasoline, Diesel, Hydrogen, Electric and Hybrid vehicles).
The ODOS Cloud platform is certified to the most rigorous global IT security and privacy (GDPR) legislation.
Having close collaborations across the electrification supply chain, from battery manufacturers to eMobility OEMs, ODOS is uniquely positioned to support international eTaxis and eBus fleets as they improve their operational efficiency, return on investment and reduce total cost of ownership by optimising vehicle and battery usage profiles.
ODOS is proud to announce its CloudCommander datalogger with embedded Kvaser CAN interface for real-time CAN bus to Cloud data streaming telemetry, coupled with CloudSoft dashboard for remote data monitoring and access.
Why not try the CloudCommander datalogger and CloudSoft dashboard and realise the connectivity benefits for your own application?
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