SENSIBAT, spanning over three years (2020-2023), aimed to innovate with two groundbreaking sensors: one measuring internal battery cell pressure and temperature with spatial resolution (L1 sensor), and the other introducing a third electrode for separate anode and cathode voltage measurements (L2 sensor). The dedicated team progressed across the value chain, from cutting-edge sensor development to integration into a BMS-equipped module with SENSIBAT L1 cells. This holistic approach identified weaknesses and potential improvements, shaping future strategies. Gratitude is extended to collaborators, partners, researchers, and supporters, including the BATTERY 2030+ community. As SENSIBAT concludes, its knowledge and technologies will persist, influencing battery research and development for future innovations and breakthroughs.

Ikerlan Technology Research Centre, Spain
Contact: Iñigo Gandiaga