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Battery Manufacturing Solutions Webinar

Date:
Thu, 22nd Apr 2021
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Thu, 22nd Apr 2021

Time:
02:00 pm
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04:00 pm

Location: Virtual Webinar

With the increased proliferation of electric vehicles and battery-based energy storage systems, advanced battery manufacturing solutions will be key in meeting the surging demand for lithium-ion batteries, ensuring product quality, and maximizing the economic margins of the manufacturing process. In this webinar, speakers from both industry players and academic performers will delve into recent advancements and challenges related to battery manufacturing, using machine vision and AI in automated detection of manufacturing defects, and tailoring manufacturing processes for battery thermal management.

SBC-UL Masterclass: Introduction of Standardization for Battery Value Chains

Date:
Tue, 13th Apr 2021
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Tue, 13th Apr 2021

Time:
09:00 am
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11:00 am

Location: Virtual Webinar

Jointly brought to you by Singapore Battery Consortium (SBC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL), this Masterclass is the first in the series of 6 webinars on international standards for battery value chains. In this kick-off session on April 13, SBC and UL management representatives will unveil the SBC-UL Masterclass Series with an overview of the theme of each Masterclass. Invited speakers from Enterprise Singapore, UL, and National Metrology Centre of Singapore will provide an introduction of the different standardization programs (including IEC, ISO, UL, Singapore Standards, Singapore metrology standards), and showcase how these standards play an indispensable role to support battery industry and innovation. Additionally, we aim to demonstrate how Singaporean stakeholders could exploit these programs to enhance their competitiveness and commercialize homegrown innovations.

Future Battery Materials Webinar

Date:
Fri, 19th Feb 2021
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Fri, 19th Feb 2021

Time:
12:00 pm
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02:00 pm

Location: Webex

The Singapore Battery Consortium will be organizing a webinar on future battery materials on 19th Feb 202, 12-2 pm SGT. The objective of the webinar is to facilitate discussions and collaborative efforts between research performers and industry partners in the area of new battery materials. The webinar will highlight the capabilities of research performers in Singapore who work on the next generation battery materials, as well as from our industry members for a vision of the requirements and outlook of future battery technologies.

VDE Workshop: "Li-ion Masterclass: Characteristics, Battery Technology, and Practical Testing"

Date:
Wed, 16th Dec 2020
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Fri, 18th Dec 2020

Time:
09:00 am
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05:00 pm

Location: Interlocal Centre

We are pleased to announce that VDE Renewables Asia, in conjunction with the Singapore Battery Consortium, will be organizing a 3-day workshop titled “Li-ion Masterclass: Characteristics, Battery Testing, and Practical Testing” from 16th to 18th Dec 2020. In addition to information sessions on battery fundamentals, safety & regulations, and quality control, the workshop aims to provide participants with practical hands-on training with masterclass demonstrations from VDE trainers and Hioki. The workshop fee is SGD 2700 per pax, and the registration deadline is 11th Dec 2020. SBC members enjoy a 15% discount (SGD 2295), and get a further 15% early bird discount if registration is done by 5th Dec 2020 (SGD 1950.75).

Siemens-SBC Webinar: Singapore's National Plan for EV Batteries Development and Chemistry to System Design of Lithium-Ion Batteries Technical Know-How

Date:
Wed, 11th Nov 2020
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Wed, 18th Nov 2020

Time:
11:00 am
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12:00 pm

Location: Webex

As part of Singapore Battery Consortium’s (SBC) aims to promote the deployment of new battery technologies and products, SBC is co-hosting this session with Siemens. In this webinar, SBC will share the consortium’s focus areas and activities that drive their vision of impacting the growth of advanced battery related technologies through innovation driven public-private partnerships. It will also cover Singapore’s national plans in-relation to energy storage locally and beyond.

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