Voltaiq, Veniam partner on EV battery data transfer solution

Voltaiq, Veniam partner on EV battery data transfer solution

The companies say using Veniam's platform, Voltaiq will enable customers to make more out of networks such as 4G/5G, Wi-Fi and V2X.

Voltaiq, an enterprise battery intelligence company, and Veniam, an intelligent networking platform provider, have partnered to transfer more electrification data to the cloud. The companies say using Veniam’s networking platform, Voltaiq will enable its customers to make more out of networks such as 4G/5G, Wi-Fi and V2X.

Voltaiq says it has developed a fully–automated, purpose-built battery analytics solution to gather, analyze and translate vast quantities of battery data into actionable insights. The company’s software solution allows customers to access real-time battery function and predict future performance and behavior accurately, Voltaiq says.

To solve the challenge of transferring the fast-growing data volumes in a cost-effective way, Voltaiq will leverage Veniam’s ability to transfer 10x more data at 50% to 80% lower cost per gigabyte, the companies say. This includes utilizing millions of Wi-Fi hotspots for data offload automatically even when the vehicles are on the move. Vehicles powered by Voltaiq will also be able to use enterprise Wi-Fi networks for data offload and even communicate securely among each other using Veniam’s advanced vehicle-to-vehicle communication capabilities, the companies say.

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