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Dukosi chip-on-cell sensing platform recognized by F&S for enabling real-time monitoring.

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February 2, 2024

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Frost & Sullivan recently researched the battery cell monitoring industry and, based on its findings, recognizes Dukosi Ltd. with the 2023 Global Market Leadership Award. Dukosi develops cell monitoring, battery management technology, and advanced data analysis to optimize battery performance.

Dukosi developed a next-generation battery cell monitoring solution that delivers highly accurate insights into the status and health of cells in real-time with 24/7 monitoring, lifetime data logging and its unique contactless data transmission called C-SynQ. It features a chip-on-cell sensing platform, which puts intelligence on every cell and provides in-depth insights into each battery cell's status, enabling enhanced control of battery performance and lifetime traceability for extended battery life. Additionally, this sophisticated technology allows accurate, contactless, and synchronous communication between cells and the main battery management system (BMS), empowering organizations to monitor every cell in real-time more safely and cost-effectively boosting the performance of every cell.

Dukosi’s technology is increasingly adopted across various sectors, including automotive, industrial mobility, and stationery battery energy storage. Moreover, the company's solutions are being used by companies in North America, Europe, and Asia, which establishes a global reach and a promising future growth potential.

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“The company has a robust global presence with operations in North America, Europe, and Asia. This strategy allows Dukosi to broaden its reach, increase its market share, and get a better understanding of customer requirements and needs in different parts of the world. A global presence gives the company a competitive advantage that enables it to maintain a leading position in the battery cell monitoring industry,” stated Silvana Rulet, Best Practices Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan.

Dukosi’s chip-on-cell sensing platform fulfills the market demand for optimized battery performance and the need for building a sustainable battery value chain, placing the company ahead of its competitors. This innovation can provide better warranty and liability protection, along with more accurate residual value assessment for both battery owners and original equipment manufacturers. The on-cell lifetime traceability information helps show compliance with emerging regulations and paves the way to a circular battery value chain.

“With its chip-on-cell sensing platform, Dukosi addresses an unmet market need ahead of competitors. The solution provides insights into each battery cell through embedded software, onboard processing, and memory. Moreover, this technology allows for accurate and synchronous data collection and communication between cells and the main battery management system, enabling organizations to monitor the status, health, and performance of every cell in real-time,” noted Abigail Collins-Carey, Mobility Consultant at Frost & Sullivan.

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Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that has developed an innovative element in a product by leveraging leading-edge technologies. The award recognizes the value-added features/benefits of the product and the increased ROI it offers customers, which, in turn, raises customer acquisition and overall market penetration potential.

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