Battery industry leader Dr John Warner joins Dukosi as Board Advisor

Dukosi, the developer of cell based battery management solutions has appointed of Dr John Warner as an advisor to the company’s Board.

Detroit-based Warner has over 28 years’ experience in the automotive and battery industry, having held senior executive roles at companies including General Motors, EnerDel, XALT Energy, Magna Steyr Battery Systems and Boston-Power. Dr Warner is also President of the global battery industry trade group, NAATBatt International.

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The appointment comes as Dukosi moves into advanced trials of its innovative battery management solution to selected target customers in the Lithium Ion battery market, which is predicted to grow to $93B by 2025. Dukosi’s combined hardware and software solution, in its own fully integrated chip, brings previously unseen levels of cell based measurement and monitoring, coupled with patented wireless data transfer.

Dr Warner’s expertise will support Dukosi in driving awareness and adoption of its product into target markets which include Electric Vehicles, Grid Storage and Industrial.

Nat Edington, CEO at Dukosi, said: “We’re excited and privileged to welcome such a respected and experienced battery industry expert to the Dukosi team. We are at a very exciting stage of our product deployment and John’s input is already proving incredibly valuable to our activities.”

Dr John Warner, Board Advisor at Dukosi, said: “Dukosi’s solution introduces the next generation of battery management for complex batteries, and I saw joining the Dukosi team as a great opportunity to help drive its adoption in the market. I am excited to be supporting such an innovative technology in this extraordinary growth phase of the battery market.”

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