July 18, 2024

Schneider Electric And Aveva Forges Partnership With IN-CORE Systèmes

Schneider Electric And Aveva Forges Partnership With IN-CORE Systèmes To Boost EV Battery Production Process
Schneider Electric And Aveva Forges Partnership With IN-CORE Systèmes To Boost EV Battery Production Process. Image Courtesy: - Business Wire

Schneider Electric, the global leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, and AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software, driving digital transformation and sustainability, recently announced a partnership with IN-CORE Systèmes to drive efficiency in Electric Vehicle (EV) battery production.

According to Industry sources, this collaborative initiative will connect electrode level to final cell performance and provide customers with a complete data picture to improve processes.

Schneider, AVEVA Forge Partnership With IN-CORE Systemes To Boost the EV Battery Production Process

Industry sources also added, that this partnership between Schneider Electric, AVEVA, and IN-CORE will lead to greater data connectivity to the production process by addressing data traceability at the electrode level. The IN-CORE Traceability Solution will work with AVEVA System Platform to connect critical parameters to electrode manufacture, final cell, and pack performance, providing relevant data at the right time and format to ensure a complete data picture. This provides customers with positive outcomes such as:

  • Faster troubleshooting of field issues
  • Waste Reduction
  • Production Optimization
  • Materials Optimization
From L To R: – Christel Galbrun, Segment President for Mobility at Schneider Electric and Michel POPOVIC, Managing Director at IN-CORE Systèmes

Christel Galbrun, Segment President for Mobility at Schneider Electric stated “Operational challenges are the greatest barrier to success in EV battery production. As demand grows, we must improve quality and efficiency, while reducing variation and scrap. This partnership with IN-CORE will provide new levels of data connectivity to the EV market and help customers establish a complete data architecture across all processes.”

Michel POPOVIC at IN-CORE Systèmes stated “We are delighted to partner with Schneider Electric to address one of the key challenges in the EV market, electrode level data connectivity. Together, we can collect traceability data, connecting it to the rest of the value stream and contextualize it to bring immediate value to customers.”

Industry sources further confirmed that as the EV market continues to overview an exponential growth, battery production is under greater pressure to improve quality, efficiency, and business outcomes. This increased production can lead to new issues, including failure modes and process variation, which in turn create operational, material, and labor losses.

Industry sources also added that in recent years, EV battery production has seen up to 20 percent of materials scrapped and an inefficient use of energy with 47 kWh of energy needed to produce 1 kWh of an EV battery cell. These challenges can only be mitigated by greater operational insight.




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