As demand grows for improved energy storage across consumer electronics, electric vehicles, and energy systems, battery technology is rapidly evolving.
The world’s most important industry sectors, including automotive, are learning about the many advantages of computed tomography (CT) as a reliable inspection and validation method for battery components.
CT provides essential insights during battery R&D and is the only non-destructive tool for qualifying manufactured battery parts in production quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) settings.
Co-located with Vehicle Electrification Expo, The Advanced Material Show and The Advanced Ceramics Show, Battery Cells & Systems Expo will bring together automotive OEM’s, electric utilities, battery cell manufacturers, system manufacturers and integrators along with the entire manufacturing supply chain working to increase battery performance, cost and safety.
The show will benefit from the rapid growth in the manufacturing of electric and hybrid vehicles in the UK along with the significant investments being made in domestic battery manufacture and research.