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Towards The Development Of A Safer Battery Management System: A Functional Safety Perspective
Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany
16:30 - 16:50
Due to the increasing electrification and automation of today's society and thanks to the advances in electric and electronic (E/E) systems, nowadays not only quality and performance, but also safety aspects rely heavily on E/E controlling and monitoring devices. A clear example of this trend is the evolution of E-Mobility.
With the development of electric vehicles and the increasing implementation of energy storage systems (especially Li-ion batteries) as power-drive source, the need for controlling and monitoring units has drastically increased. Hence the development of a safe battery management system (BMS) has become a matter of utmost importance for the employment of Li-ion batteries in electric vehicles.
In order to assure an acceptable level of residual risk of such an electronic control unit, it has to be assessed from a functional safety perspective. This process, which describes methods and processes for the prevention and control of failures within the product development, has been adapted in time to each industrial branch and is now an essential and substantial part of the development of any E/E system.
With the help of the processes and models provided by functional safety norms and guidelines it is possible to approach the development of a battery management system in a way that leaves as little room to failure as possible.
In the talk an overview of the functional safety aspects of a BMS development and the basic safety functions of a BMS will be presented. The influence and advantages of a functional safety approach in the development of a BMS will be discussed with the help of examples from real-life applications.
01.2017 - present Safety Engineer at NTC-Systems, Munich, Germany. Topic: Development of battery management system (BMS), functional safety for automotive, rail and machinery applications.
10.2011 - 09.2015 Research Assistant at the chair for Inorganic Chemistry with Focus on Novel Materials at the Technische Universität München (TUM), Munich, Germany. Topic: Synthesis and Characterization of New Materials for Li-ion Batteries.
10.2011 - 10.2016 Doctoral studies (Dr. rer. nat.) at the chair for Inorganic Chemistry with Focus on Novel Materials at the Technische Universität München (TUM), Munich, Germany. Thesis: "Synthesis and Characterization of Binary and Ternary Phases in the Li-Si-P System as New Materials for Li-ion Batteries"
10.2009 - 09.2011 Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Advanced Material Science at the Technische Universität München (TUM), Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München (LMU) and Universität Augsbrug (UA) within the Elitenetzwerk Bayern, Germany.
10.2005 - 12.2008 Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) in Material Science at the Università di Padova, Padua, Italy.
NTC-Systems is a development service provider operating in the fields of functional safety and development of electric and electronic (E/E) systems with experience in the automotive, rail and
NTC-Systems is committed to the technological advancement of society in a safe and green environment. To pursue this commitment, NTC is actively engaged in the electrification of road transportation by working closely together with OEMs and suppliers, as well as in the development and implementation of energy storage systems for various applications (e.g. maritime, stationary, industrial machines, etc.)
NTC's areas of competence can be divided into two main blocks: