Charged EV Magazine Article: AutoLion’s unique battery modeling

Check out EC Power’s latest article in CHARGED Electric Vehicles magazine. Learn how to cut your product development cycle by 20 percent and reduce physical battery testing by as much as 75 percent. Read about how AutoLion can reduce the time it takes to development a commercial lithium-ion battery by 4-5 months. Get the inside…
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EC Power Innovation: Enhance Battery Life of Apple Watch by 4 Times

    EC Power has designed a flexible battery wristband that can enhance the battery life of an Apple Watch and other wearable devices by 4 times. That is, when connected with an Apple Watch, our band will offer 4 days of battery life on a single charge. See this story to find out how…
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What to consider before deciding on right Li-ion battery software for your application

This post is created by Puneet Sinha. Engineers and scientist are increasingly looking at incorporating softwares to Li-ion battery related product development and implementation. However, desired need of software varies significantly for different applications. For instance, need of software for a system engineer developing optimum charging algorithm is vastly different from a scientist trying to understand…
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Watch an engineer simulate Li-ion battery pack nail penetration using AutoLion

This post is created by Jim Kalupson Please contact if you are interested in licensing AutoLion or would like to get 1 month free evaluation version of AutoLion software.

EC Power joins GE Transportation and Air Products as recipients of prestigious grant from PA Department of Environmental Protection

EC Power has been selected as one of the four recipients of a highly prestigious Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant (AFIG) from Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. EC Power will be developing design software for enhanced Li-ion vehicle batteries that can enhance electric vehicle fuel efficiency by more than 50 percent. The AFIG program is aimed…
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Break-free from current norms of designing and controlling Li-ion battery systems

This post is created by Puneet Sinha.  Designing and developing a system with Li-ion batteries is like solving a puzzle. You have pieces (Li-ion cells in this case) but how are you going to put them together and how are you going to allow them to operate to the maximum potential without sacrificing life or safety…
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