Data Science, AI And IoT Are Paving The Way For An All-Electric, Greener Planet

| December 2, 2019

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The future of energy storage lies in data. According to Aryan, Electric vehicle and energy storage space providers are increasingly understanding the importance of battery data to optimise their fleet, deploy faster, improve uptime and to improve the life of the batteries, making a tremendous impact on the business. We believe that technology alone cannot solve problems, it needs to be developed keeping in mind the domain and the business. By applying battery domain knowledge to technologies like data analytics, simulations, and machine learning, we can accelerate the transition of businesses to an all-electric future, he asserts. Data science, AI and IoT are revolutionizing the EV space and are paving the way for an all-electric future in the next 5-10 years.These technologies are making sense of battery data to derive valuable insights, that can determine and considerably improve the battery life.

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