Monolith at Automotive Testing Europe 2024


Reduce battery test time with AI-guided test from Monolith.


Messe Stuttgart, Germany  
June 4-6, 2024
Booth 1228
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Meet our team  

Have technical demos, chats & consultations at our booth
Oliver Walter

Automotive Industry Expert

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Mark Keating

Sales Director

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Arnaud Doko

Solutions Engineer

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Sam Emeny-Smith

Head of Automotive, Defence & Motorsport

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About Automotive Testing Expo: 

Automotive Testing Expo is the world’s leading international expo for every aspect of automotive testing, development and validation technologies, taking place every year in Detroit, Shanghai and Stuttgart. In Europe, as elsewhere, it is the leading event for the technologies and services in ADAS and autonomous vehicle testing, electric and hybrid powertrain testing, battery and range testing, EMI and NVH test and analysis and the full spectrum of test and validation technologies for full-vehicle, component and systems development.

About Monolith

We enable engineers all over the world to:

  • Reduce validation testing time and effort
  • Get to market faster
  • Optimise complex battery test plans 
  • Find more errors in your test data faster
  • Forecast results to stop long-running tests early 

EV Battery Media Coverage

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February 27, 2024

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Ensure battery design quality & safety using AI


With the power of AI, you can model battery performance across the design space with a fraction of a traditional test plan. Using the Next Test Recommender, you can apply multiple machine learning algorithms at once to chart your testing path using the fewest steps possible incrementally.


Predict the critical tests to run

Test too much and you waste time confirming what you already know. Test too little and you risk missing performance issues. Schedule, quality, and your career depend on finding the balance.


  • Run the most important tests and skip the rest
  • Optimize resources spent on costly test rigs and facilities
  • Validate your designs faster with fewer prototype iterations 

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