“We’re the first company to bring a comprehensive battery management system to market."
That would be complete bullshit.....you're really going to take credit for the implementation of BMS boards....and put it in writing?
We're not taking credit for the first ever implementation of BMS boards, but for the first comprehensive BMS which includes the Restart feature, as explained in the same paragraph. Meaning, it doesn't only protect the battery, but it also protects the user from being stranded. And keep in mind that the article is about motorcycle/car lithium batteries specifically, and not lithium batteries in general.
Let's say you're riding your dirt bike in the middle of nowhere, miles away from civilization. You have a lithium battery with a regular BMS. You take a break, freshen up a bit, but you accidentally leave some accessories running. Now you have a drained lithium battery that went into protection mode and can't be used again until inspected/serviced or connected to a smart lithium charger. Our BMS allows you to simply press a button and start the vehicle as if nothing happened.
I hope this helps clarify that.