Voltaiq Updates: May 2018 – Series A Funding, AABC-US and Power Sources Conferences

$6.6M raised in oversubscribed Series A funding round led by Anzu Partners

It has been a very busy start to 2018 for Voltaiq. We have been ramping up sales in Europe and Asia and just closed our Series A funding round. We will also be exhibiting at several battery conferences over the next few months showcasing our Battery Intelligence™ solutions and demonstrating how Voltaiq is enabling automakers, consumer electronics, and energy storage companies to accelerate their product development process and to significantly improve battery performance and reliability.

Series A Funding Round Oversubscribed at $6.6M

Voltaiq has raised $6.6M in an oversubscribed Series A funding round. The round was led by Anzu Partners and includes Bee Partners, SJF Ventures and UL Ventures (the venture arm of Underwriters Laboratories). A big thank you to all of our customers and investors. Without your guidance and support we would not be here today. We look forward driving the ecosystem of battery systems developers around the world! To read the entire press release, click here, and coverage from GTM, click here.

Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) US — June 4-7 in San Diego, CA (Booth #17)

The Voltaiq team will be exhibiting at the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) in San Diego, CA next week from June 4-7.  Come by booth #17 and see the latest capabilities in Battery Intelligence™ that are enabling leading automakers, consumer electronics and grid storage companies to accelerate their product development, improve performance and ensure long-term safety and reliability of their batteries.   

Check out the AABC-US website for more information: http://www.advancedautobat.com/us/

48th Power Sources Conference – June 11-14 in Denver, CO (Visit booth #311 to see Digatron integration with Voltaiq)

Digatron will be demonstrating their integration with Voltaiq at the Power Sources Conference from June 11-14 in Denver, CO. Digatron has been collaborating with Voltaiq to provide a seamless path for any test data generated from Digatron testers to be easily imported into Voltaiq for immediate advanced analytics.

This conference is now in its 48th year and reflects continued government and military interest in high-energy batteries, fuel cells, and other portable and mobile power sources. Visit the Power Sources website for more information: http://www.powersourcesconference.com/index.html

For more information about Voltaiq or to schedule a demonstration, please visit us at  http://www.voltaiq.com or contact us here. You can also follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter.

The Voltaiq Team