Emerging Innovations in Battery Management Systems

  • ID: 4335705
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 50 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Innovations and Technologies Transforming Battery Management Systems

The battery management system (BMS) market is diverse, with multiple applications that use a large number of battery packs. Rising demand for electric vehicles, energy storage systems, and aerospace and defense equipment powered by batteries make BMS an important component in daily life. BMS has evolved from a mere monitoring unit to an advanced, intelligent unit that decides what a battery should do at different modes of operation. The study also analyses the application sectors that employ these batteries, mainly automotive, healthcare, telecommunications, consumer electronics and utility-grid, and the innovations occurring in each sector. The study also analyses the application sectors that employ these batteries, mainly automotive, healthcare, telecommunications, consumer electronics and utility-grid, and the innovations occurring in each sector.

The research service offers insights on the following:

  • Battery management systems (BMS) overview
  • Emerging innovations and developments
  • Adoption trends
  • Future outlook
  • Strategic Insights

This research service also briefs about current scenario of the battery management system, its drivers and challenges that the industry needs to address.

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1.0 Executive Summary
1.1 Research Objectives and Scope
1.2 Research Process and Methodology
1.3 Key Findings

2.0 Overview: Battery Management Systems
2.1 BMS Helps Counteract the Dynamic Behavior of Batteries
2.2 Increased Focus Is Needed to Address the BMS Mechanical Design Constraints to Suit Diverse Applications
2.3 Topology and Cell Balancing-Introduction to BMS
2.4 Innovations in BMS Greatly Depend on the Funding Scenario
2.5 Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles Play a Major Role in Wide-scale Adoption and Technology Enhancement of BMS
2.6 The US Holds a Major Market Share of the BMS Market
2.7 The Rise in the Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Segment Is the Chief Driving Factor for R&D in the BMS Segment
2.7.1 Drivers Explained
2.8 The Major Challenges for the BMS Industry Are its Fragmented Market and the Absence of Manufacturing Standards
2.8.1 Restraints Explained
2.9 The Need for Technology Enhancement and Innovations in BMS

3.0 Emerging Developments in Battery Management Systems
3.1 Predictive BMS for Enhanced Battery Module Operation and Management through Real-time Modeling
3.2 Prior Prediction of Battery Failure by BMS through Accurate Measurement of Gas Emissions
3.3 Wireless BMS System Offers Increased Operation Flexibility By Minimizing Complex Wiring Circuitry
3.4 Restricting Overdesign of BMS by Developing Advanced Software Systems to Support Optimum BMS Design
3.5 Battery Management Systems with User-friendly Features for Accessing Real-time Operating Parameters
3.6 BMS Provides Direct Digital Output for Accurately Predicting the Energy Status of Batteries for Distance Calculation
3.7 Simplified BMS Architecture with Power Management and Conditioning Module Which Offers Increased Flexibility for Scaling
3.8 Wireless Sensor System in BMS Offers Enhanced Safety and Reliability Features
3.9 Off-the-Shelf Low Voltage BMS With MESA Standards Conformance
3.10 Predictive BMS for Automotives with Hybrid Powertrain Control

4.0 Future Trends and Insights
4.1 Technology Roadmap: Emerging Trends Ahead
4.2 Automobiles and Energy Storage Industries Are Benefitted More by BMS Technology Development than Other Sectors
4.3 Strategic Insights
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5.0 Appendix
5.1 Key Patents Covering Battery Management Systems
5.1 Key Patents Covering Battery Management
5.1 Key Patents Covering Battery Management
5.2 Key Contacts

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