The electrification of maritime transport is one of the key vectors for the energy transformation. The goal of the BATTWIN Project is the digitalization of a ship’s battery through a digital twin that allows real-time knowledge of its status, as well as managing predictive maintenance focused on extending the battery’s lifespan. This digital twin will be based on an artificial intelligence model trained with real data generated with top-tier instrumentation.

Commercial aviation faces a significant challenge in terms of electrification. Within the framework of the CIERVA project, a BMS (Battery Management System) for the traction battery of an electric ultralight aircraft is developed, including the estimation of SOC (State of Charge), SOH (State of Health), and SOP (Standard Operating Procedure). The development encompasses everything from electronic design to firmware programming, following the highest quality standards through Test-Driven Development (TDD) methodology.

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A good charging infrastructure will allow for effective and sustainable electric mobility in the long term. Within the framework of the SOBEK Project, the optimal, intelligent, and low-impact charging system for MARPOL waste collection vessels is developed, where optimizing the charging profile of each vessel is key to allowing system scalability, all digitalized for centralized operation control.

Quality is a hallmark of Abervian’s developments, and ESPARTA encompasses all continuous improvement processes that ensure early failure detection in developments. Among many other controls, the initial ones ensure that SOLID programming principles are adhered to through a robust continuous integration (CI) system.



The electrification of the automotive fleet relies on optimizing components and reducing costs. In KAIZEN, a BMS for automotive applications is designed and developed with a focus on quality, robustness, and cost optimization, ensuring compliance with all applicable regulations in the sector.