Disassembly of EV batteries using advanced robotics-AI

With an unwavering commitment to sustainability and driving the wheels of the circular economy, NSRC excels in the meticulous disassembly of Electric Vehicle Batteries, taking them apart from the pack level down to the cell level. This intricate process allows us to extract valuable materials with utmost efficiency. Our innovative approach ensures that every component is carefully handled, maximizing the potential for recycling and promoting a greener future.

Dr Alireza Rastegarpanah works on a tablet next to a robot

Dr. Rastegarpanah, a highly experienced professional with over five years of expertise in robotic disassembly of EV batteries, leads a team of skilled roboticists. Their primary research efforts revolve around the development of adaptive AI-based control strategies, digital twins, and task planners that enable multiple robots to collaboratively carry out the EV battery disassembly process. Furthermore, Dr. Rastegarpanah has successfully developed a series of AI models capable of accurately estimating the state of health of EV batteries in less than 30 seconds. Another area of Dr. Rastegarpanah's research involves the development of digital passports that allow for continuous monitoring of the condition of EV battery components throughout their lifespan.



RELIB: Reuse and Recycling of Lithium-ion Batteries (Video transcript)