Forsee Power announces Aymeric Derville as
Chief Technology & Innovation Officer
Paris, June 8, 2021 – Forsee Power, the expert in smart battery systems, is pleased to announce the appointment of Aymeric Derville as Chief Technology & Innovation Officer of Forsee Power. He joins the Executive Committee of the Group and is based in Paris, France.
Aymeric Derville will lead international R&D teams of Forsee Power based in France and in China, including systems engineering, modeling, software, electronics, overall electro-mechanical and thermal design, and test laboratories.
Aymeric will run innovation, anticipating market needs, to design high-quality and sustainable smart battery systems for mass production. He will build a robust innovation roadmap – with a strong focus on digital solutions – and integrating the future EU battery regulations requirements that will be disclosed in the coming months.
A strategic player in the battery business for light and heavy vehicles, Forsee Power has recently launched the thinnest modular battery systems in the world. Always innovating to reach the best performance-for-value ratio, the group aims at developing sustainable products anticipating the needs of OEMs to successfully achieve the transition toward zero emission mobility.
“I am very excited to join Forsee Power, a leader in smart battery systems in Europe who’s proven its ability to innovate and to address the challenges of vehicles’ electrification. We have incredible R&D teams in France and in China, and I am looking forwards to designing together more sustainable battery systems to contribute to mitigating climate change with zero emission mobility” says Aymeric Derville.
Aymeric Derville is a graduate engineer from Ecole Centrale de Lille, alumnus of Centrale Paris (Aerospace major) and an Executive MBA graduate from ESSEC business school in France. He has a solid experience of more than 20 years in research and development within large industrial groups. After 13 years at Thales, he was Global Projects and R&D Director at Valeo Engine Electrical Systems for 5 years. Most recently, he was Vice President Engineering for end-to-end Electrical Distribution Systems & Solutions at Schneider Electric.