System engineering manager


Structuring Lithium-ion battery engineering systems for conventional military underwater applications: these battery systems, which used to use lead battery technology, allow an increase in operational capacities in terms of dive time and thus stealth.

It is vital to take the operational security dimension (IEC 61508 standard) on board given the level of risk relating to the containment of the facility.


  1. 1

    Drawing up/breaking down of the requirements on the basis of what the client needs

  2. 2

    Functional system architecture study

  3. 3

    Electrical dimensioning of the system (electrical layout, protection, etc.) 

  1. 4

    Customisation/Specification of the battery management algorithms for application requirements (Matlab/Simulink)

  2. 5

    Functional integration/validation of the sensor/calculator/activator chains on hardware in-the-loop (HIL) test bench

  3. 6

    Preparation of the HIL test sequence via a battery behavioural model (Matlab/Simulink)


Optimisation of processes specific to the engineering of battery systems (management of requirements, V model, taking Safety certification constraints into account)

Setting up of tools allowing description and validation activities to be rationalised/systematised




Matlab Simulink

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