The first use case that could be implemented directly after one of the prototypical developments was the maintenance/service and development monitoring use case. The focus of this solution is on the visualization of the system status and the proactive alerting of rule violations. The detailed search for errors and disturbed events forms a second decisive core point. The synchronization of events across all components is particularly important here. This enables the service engineer to search for simultaneous events in the controller, the BMC and the WR, as well as in the individual modules and cells.
In the second use case, condition monitoring was implemented to monitor continuous signals from individual components. This involves evaluating several of these continuous signals by performing an anomaly analysis and simultaneously generating a trend for all corresponding signals. As a third use case, the focus shifted to long-term analysis and plant comparison. The resulting analyses are used both for the further development of battery storage systems and for the benchmarking of different plants in the field and their degree of wear.