Wayne State Receives $1.2 Million NSF Grant to Develop Autonomous Battery Operating System

The future of innovation will rely on effective, integrative battery operating systems that provide sustained and reliable power. Emerging technologies such as electric-drive vehicles and stationary energy storage systems will require improved battery systems.Software-controlled battery management systems will play a crucial role in enabling continued innovation, but currently, these systems face design challenges. These include decreasing the capacity of batteries over time due to aging and the need for future battery management systems to include autonomous reasoning capabilities to make economically sound decisions, such as scheduling battery charging times in a personalized fashion.Researchers at Wayne State University led by Nathan Fisher, associate professor of computer science in the College of Engineering, received a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to address these issues.

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