This video shows the TWAICE Vision battery analytics conference presentation from Wasim Sarwar - Head of Research & Advanced Engineering at Rimac Automobili.
TWAICE Vision | Wasim Sarwar from Rimac Automobili
TWAICE Vision - Wasim Sarwar
Software in the development of batteries
Software is indispensable for a battery-driven future: Economic efficiency and sustainability in the battery sector are inseparably linked to software. In February 2022, TWAICE hosted a battery conference on exactly this topic.
During the 2022 TWAICE Vision, Wasim Sarwar of Rimac was among the speakers and shed some light on his vision for a software-powered battery development process.
Interested in the details? Get the full video from Wasim Sarwar - Head of Research & Advanced Engineering at Rimac Automobili:
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