KIP (Knowledge Improvement Program) on Li-ion Battery: Technology, Safety and BMS is 2 days crash course having major focus Battery Fundamentals, Basics of Lithium-Ion Batteries, characteristics, safety, BMS, pack assembly and cell manufacturing which is specially designed based on feedback from training over 100+ industry professionals with the job background from R&D engineers, senior-level engineers, and mid-level engineers. This program will give in-depth knowledge and broad understanding of cell chemistries, terminologies, focus details of lithium-ion batteries, lithium-ion charging, discharging, cycle life, effect due to temperature, battery safety, thermal runaway, BSM, cell level testing, Lithium-ion battery pack assembly and process, equipment and testing of Cells during manufacturing and its latest technologies being used globally. The key agenda of this program is to offer the knowledge to EV enthusiasts, individuals from Solar, Wind energy plants, professionals on Automotive Battery technology and Lithium-ion battery manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and other stakeholders, Government bodies such as regulating authorities and policymakers, Organizations, associations and alliances related to Lithium-ion battery market, Major end-users of lithium-ion batteries, Market research and consulting firms, telecom sector, technical domain faculties, research associates and students. This KIP program will help you to gain the latest technology insights and knowledge build-up with practical demonstrations, case studies and Q&A session with the domain expert speakers from the industry.
India lithium-ion battery market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of over 29% by 2023. Anticipated growth in the market can be attributed to the increasing number of solar energy projects, rising urbanization, and government schemes such as National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) and ‘Make in India’. Lithium Cobalt Oxide, Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide, Lithium Manganese Oxide, Lithium Iron Phosphate are the major types of batteries whose major application is consumer electronics, industrial and automotive. Moreover, an increase in mobile towers in India is driving growth in the telecom sector, which is also expected to have a positive impact on India lithium-ion battery market in the coming years.
Where the Indian Lithium-Ion Battery major players are Future Hi-Tech Batteries, Reliance Industries Limited, Adani Enterprise Ltd, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, Suzuki Motor Corp, Toshiba Corp, Denso Corp, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.
The expertise in assembly, design, battery chemistry, BMS and safety is becoming highly valued. The boom in EV, telecom, wind and solar has opened opportunities for the automobile industry, entrepreneurs, R&D, employability and higher education.
Who may attend?
All the participants will be given a “Certificate of Training” based on the assessment grades (on basis of an assessment taken at the end of the workshop) issued by “Autobot Engineers India Pvt. Ltd".
Mr. Arun Gupta
** Training fee includes lunch and high tea **
Bangalore: KEYS Hotel, Hosur Road
Date: February 22nd and 23rd, 2020