Astrolabe Analytics, Inc.

The DoD needs low-cost, autonomous delivery vehicles for all missions and terrain, whether land, marine, or air.
Astrolabe’s software and services help developers and operators of battery systems reduce the total cost of ownership and ensure high uptime in mission-critical scenarios using data-driven battery analytics. Astrolabe is a battery analytics startup founded in 2018 and headquartered in Seattle, WA, funded by the US Air Force and National Science Foundation.
Our algorithms function on electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (EVTOLs) for the Air Force, ground autonomous vehicles for the Army, or uncrewed underwater vehicles (UUVs) for the Navy. In each case, Li-ion batteries will play a role as either a primary or auxiliary power source.
These are demanding applications where the battery is pushed to its limits. Vehicle operators and maintenance organizations must know how much longer the battery will be able to perform, both for the current mission (i.e., battery state of charge) and future sustainment (battery state of health).
Under a USAF SBIR Phase 2 award, Astrolabe has developed methods for forecasting battery health and performance in electric aircraft, which can, in turn, be applied to related platforms across the DoD.
Having won a Phase 2 SBIR, Astrolabe can receive sole-source funding agreements through Phase III opportunities across

Battery Predictive Maintenance

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Robert Masse

Demonstrated at:
2023 NCMS Technology Showcase: Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

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