1. Mark Hopgood, Dukosi VP of Strategic Marketing

    With extensive senior level experience in the semiconductor industry, Dukosi strengthens its senior management team, with Mark providing strategic direction for future product roadmaps that drive customer success across Dukosi’s target markets.

  2. Battery Industry Pioneer Bob Galyen as Company Advisor

    The appointment of renowned industry expert, Bob Galyen, as member of Dukosi Technical Advisory Board, enhances its wealth of knowledge and expertise that will drive further innovation and adoption of Dukosi’s unique cell monitoring technology platform.

  3. Logo of the ees award 2023 finalists

    The ees AWARD, connected with ‘The Smarter E’ trade show in Munich, recognises pioneers and innovators who are driving advancements in energy storage solutions.

  4. Yan Goh, Director of APAC for Dukosi

    Marking an important step towards strengthening business activities in Asia, Yan is responsible for business operations and strategic growth in APAC and will drive the expansion of China and Korea, as well as new territories in the region.

  5. a man in an electronics lab adjusting equipment

    The partnership with GlobalFoundries will support the manufacturing of production-grade silicon, designed to meet the stringent safety and reliability standards of its end markets, including AECQ100 automotive grade.

  6. Dukosi CEO, Nat Edington

    The expansion enables Dukosi employees to be closer to the rapidly growing South Korean electric vehicle industry.

  7. A Dukosi engineer working in the lab

    Dukosi, has announced that it has received ISO 9001:2015 certification for its Quality Management System. The certification is awarded upon successful completion of a thorough company-wide quality management system audits.

  8. An engineer working in the Dukosi lab

    A prime function of a battery monitoring system (BMS) is to maintain safe charge and discharge, reducing risk of cell degradation, damage and even fire. The benefits go beyond that though...

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