Hesse Mechatronics and the Center for Energy Storage Technologies to develop battery technology

The Center for Energy Storage Technologies (CEST) is partnering with Hesse Mechatronics to develop battery technology with American vehicle and battery manufacturers. The aim of the partnership is to enable more seamless systems engineering capabilities, from cell testing and selection to module and pack design and prototyping.  

CEST plans to play an active role in the rapid evaluation of cells and materials, the intelligent design of modules and battery management systems (BMS), and the prototyping of battery packs.

“Partnering with the CEST allows Hesse to demonstrate its wire bonding in a unique, shared environment in the Midwest, close to many of our current clients and closer to some of the many strategic industry investments being made in lithium manufacturing,” said Hesse Business Development Manager Mike McKeown. 

Source: Hesse Mechatronics