Battery Management by Multi-Domain Digital Twins 

The BATMAX project paves the way for next-generation data-based and adaptable battery management systems. RISE Fire Research contributes to the project with our expertise in battery safety modeling.

The main objective of the BATMAX project is to improve battery system performance, safety, reliability, service life, lifetime cost in a variety of end use applications.

The BATMAX consortium comprises many partners from research and industry in several European countries, including us in Norway and our colleagues at RISE in Sweden. Full overview of partners can be found here. 

BATMAX responds to the market needs for batteries with lower cost, high performance, reliability and sustainable lifecycle. This will contribute to improved competitiveness and attractiveness of the use of batteries in a wide range of transport and mobile applications and is a critical element in the clean energy system, providing increased flexibility. 

The BATMAX project creates a framework for next generation of battery management systems based on large amounts of data, both experimental, operational and synthetic, adaptable physics-based models, suitable reduced-order models for both physical battery management system (BMS) algorithms and real-time multi-scale digital twins. 

BATMAX was started 1 May 2023, has a duration 42 months and a total budget of € 5 million. BATMAX is funded by the EU, under grant agreement no. 101104013.

Learn more at the project website.