Materials informatics company is highlighted for its Artificial Intelligence Battery Solutions
(EVANSTON, WYOMING, July 27, 2021)
Cloud-based materials informatics company Aionics has been highlighted as a leading company utilizing Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) to reduce emissions in a recent article by Bloomberg.
Aionics, an operating company of Echelon, was featured as one of the company’s leading one of five approaches to A.I.’s climate applications, with Bloomberg calling out the company as an example of “accelerating scientific discovery”.
According to the article: “The startup Aionics helps speed up the experiments needed to find a new battery material.”
Echelon CEO Kerri Faber said the article is excellent recognition of AIonics’ growth in 2021, and the Echelon startup ecosystem empowering entrepreneurs to develop solutions that utilize science and engineering to benefit the environment.
The entire Bloomberg article can be found here:
Echelon is a company-building engine for a new economy shaped by ubiquitous data and a changing climate. We support entrepreneurs creating bold new startups by providing shared infrastructure that seamlessly integrates capital, technical, operating, and network resources.
Our mission is to support the development of a decarbonized global economy through materials innovation. Aionics, Inc. was founded in 2018 with the goal of empowering companies to apply cutting-edge A.I. approaches to accelerate their in-house R&D and has since become a recognized leader in the field of battery informatics.