Now online: Recording of the session filmed during the EDIH Conference 2021

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Within the framework of the FED4SAE Horizon 2020 project, Energica Motor Company has risen to the completely new challenge of electric motorcycle racing. They have developed a remote and Low Power electric vehicle (EV) Remote Battery Monitor System based on our STM32L462 microcontrollers combined with #LORA Murata’s RF module integrating our STM32L082 ultra-low power MCU. The system records key battery data, including voltage, temperature and state of charge while following the battery charging process in the paddock of the #FIM MotoE #WorldCup.

The system was first tested at races in Valencia in 2019 and was subsequently introduced on a permanent basis from the 2020 season onwards. Currently the EVBMS is used by Energica to observe the health status of all Ego Corsa motorcycles engaged in the #MotoE World Cup, including when they are transported from one circuit to another during the racing season.

Learn more about the project and its future evolutions: