Advanced physics and data-based BMS for optimal battery utilization

Developing the next generation BMSs enabling higher performance, safety and longer lifetime of the battery cells for an overall optimal utilization of the battery system.

Read more about the NEXTBMS project

NEXTBMS Introduction

NEXTBMS will develop next-generation physics and data-based Battery Management Systems for optimized battery utilization.

NEXTBMS will build on fundamental knowledge and experience with physiochemical processes of lithium-ion batteries to significantly enhance current modelling approaches and achieve optimal utilization of the battery system.

NEXTBMS in figures

27% progress

of the total project.
NEXTBMS started in June 2023 and will run for 42 months.

4.998,318

funding from the European Commission in Horizon Europe program

12 partners

from 7 different countries

Successful Kick-off Meeting for NEXTBMS

The NEXTBMS project had an engaging kick-off meeting in Vienna, Austria on June 14th and 15th. Work Package Leaders presented their tasks and fostered discussions on potential challenges. The event included a technical tour and discussions, ensuring a promising start for the project's goal to enhance Battery Management Systems.

NEXTBMS Partners

AIT

TNO

UL

VUB

UNR

AVL

BOSCH

NXP

EDF

TOFAS

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