The activity surrounding the battery industry since our first episode has been much greater than expected – with in-person events and newsworthy changes to the market. But to get back in the seat to talk about all things battery, we recorded with experts from Battery Show Europe in Stuttgart. Our resident host Marc Deyda found some time and space to talk with our amazing guests from the show floor at the event.
The guests for this episode are Dr. Christian Offermanns (Chair of Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components (PEM) at RWTH Aachen University), Dr. Markus Gräf (Chief Operations Officer at Cellforce Group GmbH), and Dr. Hannes Schmüser (CEO Division Clean Technology Systems at Dürr).
What you’ll learn:
- [2:12] What to keep in mind while planning production and implementing environmental sustainability
- [3:41] Why cooperation with research institutions, manufacturers, and suppliers is critical to innovation
- [6:32] The role of early fault detection in production processes
- [8:02] Successful innovation requires finding the right customer benefits, not just catching up
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Marc Deyda – Host
Head of Strategy & Communication Battery at Siemens
Nick Finberg – Moderator
Technical marketing writer at Siemens Digital Industries Software
Dr. Christian Offermanns – Guest
Dr. Hannes Schmüser – Guest
CEO Division Clean Technology Systems at Dürr Systems AG
Dr. Markus Gräf – Guest
Chief Operations Officer at Cellforce Group GmbH
The Battery Podcast
The Battery Podcast from Siemens Digital Industries will discuss the challenges and advancements of the battery industry, from mining to recycling, with its continued growth to support transport electrification and energy storage. You will hear from Siemens experts, leading companies, our customers and partners, talking about key challenges of the industry and how to overcome them. Listen in to learn more about how battery industry is looking to transform with digitalization to enable the development and large-scale manufacturing of safe and sustainable battery technologies of today and tomorrow.