Different Qualification Requirements of Stationary and Automotive Batteries
Energy storage technologies in both, automotive and stationary applications appear to be a major future issue in terms of cost, environmental impact and energy turnaround. The requirements resulting from the respective application differ significantly. Functional safety is just one topic here. Also the requirements for EMC, environmental conditions, useful lifetime, etc. shall be considered. The workshop will give an overview of different qualification strategies and will show a solution how to satisfy more than one application area.
Beside other roles, Peter Hellmann is project manager and trainer for ISO 26262 at SGS TÜV Saar GmbH in Munich. After his studies at the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences and the University of Ulster at Jordanstown/ Belfast he took part in the development for avionic and medical equipment. From 1995 to 2014 he managed development teams before he joined SGS to pursue his career in consulting and assessing complex automotive projects. His focus areas are e-mobility and autonomous driving systems.