Future automotive technologies go hand in hand as automakers realize the vehicles of the future won’t be just electric, just autonomous, or just connected, but all three. Why is it, then, that these three technologies are being developed separately?
At Electra, we know these intelligent systems must interact to create the strongest future vehicles. Autonomous systems already capture real-time driving data to inform decision making algorithms. This data is only used to its fullest potential when also applied to intelligent battery controls. Like the vehicles they power, battery systems don’t operate in a vacuum, but must adapt to their surroundings for accurate and precise performance that maximizes range, lifetime, and charging characteristics.