Within the INSTART group of companies, e.telligent covers, among other things, the field of electromobility with its experience and expertise. Now the company, founded in 2018, has been able to conclude two new projects.
A major Indian two-wheeler manufacturer can welcome e.telligent as a new customer using its Engineering Collaboration System (e.CoSys). e.CoSys is a tool-connecting Atlassian add-on software package for prototyping, developing, integrating, testing, validating and verifying ECUs (SW, ME, EL) among others in the automotive, railroad, aerospace and industrial sectors. The new customer is a leading global manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters based in New Delhi, India. For the company's innovation center, which is located in Bavaria and develops new, revolutionary vehicle concepts, e.telligent has implemented e.CoSys and is also available for support. With e.CoSys, various development processes can be simplified.
Even before that, e.telligent and the Indian market leader were cooperation partners. As a specialist in electromobility, e.telligent also supported the two-wheeler manufacturer in the development of a new electrically powered scooter.
In the e.systems division, e.telligent bundles expert knowledge based on many years of experience in customer-specific electronics developments. The focus in the comprehensive development of components and systems is on battery management systems (BMS), among other things. The BMS is an intelligent electronic system that monitors the individual battery cells - the electronic "heart" of the battery. Among other things, it is used to monitor, control and protect the battery, for example by constantly monitoring the temperature and preventing overheating. The BMS also forms the interface to the respective vehicle and ensures that the battery is connected or disconnected in the system.
BMSs are needed, for example, for drive batteries of electric cars, uninterruptible power supplies, cell phones or notebooks. This is also the case for a Munich-based company that, as a software and robotics specialist, develops autonomous mobile robots (AMR) for intralogistics, among other things. These AMR can independently transport various goods from one place to another. For new series robots that are electrically powered by a lithium-ion battery, e.telligent has now successfully developed a battery management system - another successful project in the e.systems division.