Within the scope of a ZIM project, Air Energy has integrated and tested measurement hardware for electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) in a high-voltage battery management system.
Air Energy develops and manufactures product prototypes to deliver a semi-automatic production demonstration as the project ends.
Solar Impulse I & II
This solar-powered aircraft features a wingspan of 63.4 meters and derives its operating power from 11,628 solar cells and. storing excess energy in four Air Energy-supplied battery packs.
The development and delivery of Li-Ion batteries for AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle) is one of our major focus areas. This development line also includes other applications such as pipeline pigs and ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles).
In spring 2015 Air Energy delivered a battery system for the first electrical driven gyrocopter worldwide.
The first project of Air Energy. In 1997 Air Energy introduced the first self-launching electric glider with Ni-Cd batteries.
The Siemens Extra 330LE is one of the first fully electric aircraft in the power range of one quarter megawatt. It is a further development of the aerobatic aircraft Extra 330LX. Equipped with a new electric motor, the Extra 330LE set two new world records in March 2017.
Air Energy has developed an energy storage system that satisfies ultra-high power demand in a scale of several kWh. The requirements for this energy storage system are based on the ultra-fast charging stations for electric vehicles that have been installed in Europe since 2016.