Engineers that are involved in the design and manufacture of batteries and electric vehicles all share a common goal of maximizing the performance, lifespan, and safety of the EV vehicle, and as this webinar outlines, optimizing all of the above parameters is vital for a safe, efficient battery.
Mr. Contrastano uses case studies from Princeton University and The University of Warwick to illustrate the performance and capacity of Tekscan’s technology.
Finally, other potential value-add areas for Tekscan are covered, from Tekscan’s applications within the automotive industry in general to safety considerations like crash testing to its specific deployment in technical features such as tire density and durability, as well as ergonomic features such as seat density for comfort, or practical modifications such as an accelerator or seatbelt.
- What is pressure mapping
- Tekscan’s pressure mapping technology
- How Tekscan’s pressure mapping technology fits into the future of EV design
- The recent influx of applications of pressure mapping technology within the energy industry
Mike Contrastano has been an Applications Engineer at Tekscan for around ten years.