Battery scan

The science of safety

Advanced software and machine-learning enhances our battery management system, ensuring an optimized, efficient and reliable source of energy.

Eliminating thermal runaway

Avoiding nickel and cobalt makes ONE batteries safer and more sustainable. Stable LFP and manganese-based chemistries maintain lower internal temperatures than their predecessors, even if the cell is damaged. These new chemistries allow us to pack more energy into a smaller area, while increasing safety to support the exponential demand for electric vehicles.

Battery scan

More stable chemistries

Monitoring internal temperatures

Lower risk of combustion

iBMS

integrated Battery Management System

Integrated protection

Developed for performance, quality and safety, the Integrated Battery Management System (iBMS) monitors our battery platforms to ensure safe and predictable power delivery. iBMS monitors the status of the cells, pack and hardware simultaneously, leveraging behavioral models and sophisticated fault management capabilities to maintain system-wide safety at all times.

In-use data and advanced testing enables continual refinement. Coupled with planned AI and predicated algorithms, risks are identified and mitigated before they develop.
Making of Aries

ONE lab

Aries

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Gemini

Safety from the source

Many batteries use nickel and cobalt mined in remote and unregulated areas of the world, creating serious environmental and health hazards. By establishing a localized supply chain, we are working towards North American energy independence. This improves the sustainability of our products and industry, and will accelerate electrification in North America.

North American supply chain

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