IEEE P2668 Compatible Evaluation Strategy for Smart Battery Management Systems

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Original languageEnglish
Article number6057
Journal / PublicationSensors
Issue number16
Online published13 Aug 2022
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2022



In smart cities and smart industry, a Battery Management System (BMS) focuses on the intelligent supervision of the status (e.g., state of charge, temperature) of batteries (e.g., lithium battery, lead battery). Internet of Things (IoT) integration enhances the system's intelligence and convenience, making it a Smart BMS (SBMS). However, this also raises concerns regarding evaluating the SBMS in the wireless context in which these systems are installed. Considering the battery application, in particular, the SBMS will depend on several wireless communication characteristics, such as mobility, latency, fading, etc., necessitating a tailored evaluation strategy. This study proposes an IEEE P2668-Compatible SBMS Evaluation Strategy (SBMS-ES) to overcome this issue. The SBMS-ES is based on the IEEE P2668 worldwide standard, which aims to assess IoT solutions' maturity. It evaluates the characteristics of the wireless environment for SBMS while considering battery factors. The SBMS-ES scores the candidates under numerous scenarios with various characteristics. A final score between 0 and 5 is given to indicate the performance of the SBMS regarding the application demands. The disadvantages of the SBMS solution and the most desired candidate can be found with the evaluated score. SBMS-ES provides guidance to avoid potential risks and mitigates the issues posed by an inadequate or unsatisfactory SBMS solution. A case study is depicted for illustration.

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  • IEEE P2668, Internet-of-Things, smart battery management

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