Cloud-connected, AI-powered battery management system for electric vehicles |  MarketScreener

Cloud-connected, AI-powered battery management system for electric vehicles | MarketScreener

Cloud-based AI-powered digital twin models aim to improve the range, efficiency, safety and battery life of electric vehicles and herald multiple new applications.

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NXP Semiconductors has developed a solution to connect its High Voltage Battery Management System (HVBMS) via its S32G GoldBox Vehicle Network Reference Design to the cloud to leverage an artificial intelligence (AI) powered battery digital twin. Using Electra Vehicles, Inc. EVE-Ai 360 Adaptive Controls technology, NXP unleashes the power of digital twin models in the cloud to better predict and control physical BMS in real time, to improve battery performance, battery health status up to 12% and enable multiple new applications, such as electric vehicle fleet management. NXP will demonstrate the solution at this year’s electronica at Munich.

why is it important

While batteries continue to be the costliest part of an electric vehicle (EV), AI-powered digital twin cloud services have great potential to improve state of health (SOH) estimates and battery state of charge (SOC) for improved efficiency, life and cost. The battery digital twins adapt to continuous changes in battery health due to operating conditions and provide updated numbers to the BMS to continuously improve control decisions.

Automakers can use the technology to provide driver information, such as range and speed recommendations. In addition, adaptive battery control can improve battery performance and safely extend battery life, thereby reducing warranty costs for the automaker. Another potential application is electric vehicle fleet management, providing fleet operators with invaluable usage information, such as vehicle charging times and predictive battery diagnostics. Battery service centers can also use this detailed information to reduce downtime through rapid diagnostics, and EV charging station operators can effectively optimize their charging service and energy efficiency.

As the market for electric vehicles grows, the supply of second-life batteries will also increase. Although they have reached the end of their “automotive life”, these batteries have a significant residual capacity of up to 80%. Harnessing this remaining battery useful life (RUL) in energy storage systems (ESS) for homes has the potential to reduce homeowners’ energy bills.

More details

The AI-powered battery-powered digital twin solution with Electra Vehicles, Inc. offers a performance advantage through high-precision sensors, real-time closed-loop control of the BMS, and network connectivity combined with predictive algorithms. The solution includes three elements. NXP’s S32K3-based HVBMS reference design, which offers high precision and accuracy to safely extend battery life. Having accurate measurements of battery SOH and SOC harnesses the full potential of the battery and thus maximizes range with accurate diagnostics.

The second element is NXP’s S32G-based vehicle network processing solutions. NXP GoldBox delivers secure high-performance computing and real-time network performance with secure cloud connectivity for cloud-based and data-driven automotive services. NXP collaborates with Electra Vehicles, Inc.a leader in AI-based on-board battery controls, data analysis and design, for the third and final element of the digital twin solution, which is to implement its adaptive digital twin EVE-Ai and connect its electrification solutions seamlessly to the cloud.

“NXP’s contribution to digital twin technology lies in access to accurate sensor data, real-time closed-loop control of the BMS, high-performance on-board processing, and secure cloud connectivity for services and wireless transmission (OTA) updates. By integrating Electra’s EVE-Ai architecture, we address the two main challenges associated with the digital twin approach. These face the abundance of data from our electrification solutions, which require proper scavenging and feature selection, and use case variance, which requires model selection and adaptive training.

Dr. Andreas Schlapka, Director and Head of Battery Management Systems Segment, NXP Semiconductors

“Electra has always been focused on using a software-first approach to address the electric vehicle battery industry’s most pressing concerns for range, life and safety. Now we have the opportunity to demonstrate our core AI battery adaptive digital twin technology that powers EVE-Ai alongside NXP. NXP has proven to be the perfect partner in this endeavor as they provide state of the art integration hardware which positions them as leaders in BMS digital twin and cloud connectivity technology for electrification.

Fabrice Martinico-founder and CEO of Electra Vehicles, Inc.

Electra’s EVE-Ai architecture processes data to identify cycles (time series) and extracts characteristics at the battery and vehicle level. The adaptive cell modeling system technology then dynamically selects the most appropriate model for a specific usage profile.

NXP at electronica 2022

NXP will present a demo at electronica 2022 at Munich, of how AI can improve EV battery performance when EVs, equipped with Electra’s EVE-Ai, are connected via the cloud to AI-powered battery-powered digital twins. To find out more, go to stand #C2 578.

About NXP Semiconductors

NXP Semiconductors AG (NASDAQ: NXPI) enables a smarter, safer and more sustainable world through innovation. As a global leader in secure connectivity solutions for in-vehicle applications, NXP pushes the boundaries of the automotive, industrial and IoT, mobile telephony and communications infrastructure markets. Leveraging more than 60 years of combined experience and expertise, the company has approximately 31,000 employees in more than 30 countries and has sales of $11.06 billion in 2021. Learn more at

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