Vecture Inc. Provides Industry Leading Design, Manufacturing, Test & Supply Chain Solutions for Battery Management Systems

Vecture Inc. supplies Battery Management Systems (BMS) to the portable medical, military, and select industrial markets. For over 10 years Vecture Inc. has been leading the BMS industry in North America and Europe with expertise in complex mission critical battery protection, fuel gauging, and charging systems.

Vecture Inc. is at the forefront of Battery Management Systems development for green-renewable energy storage, smart-sustainable grid, and electric vehicle power applications.

Vecture Inc.’s focus is Battery Management Systems R&D, design, supply chain, manufacturing, automated testing, and applications support. The company is headquartered in Concord, Ontario, Canada with an additional R&D and design office in U.K..

Vecture Inc. is ISO 9001 : 2008 certified, ISO 13485 : 2003 certified, Canadian Controlled Goods Program (CGP) certified for compliance with US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and supplies IPC-A610 Class 2 and Class 3 electronic assemblies.


Vecture Inc. focuses on optimization of schematics, layouts, component selections, manufacturability, and testability to achieve overall product efficiency and reliability. A dedicated design engineering team partners with the customer team to create products that are innovative, reliable, and engineered for maximum performance throughout their entire life-cycle.


Vecture Inc. utilizes proprietary Automated Test Equipment (ATE) for programming, calibration, and functional testing of Impedance Track™ based BMS designs. ISO 13485 : 2003 and ISO 9001 : 2008 certification. Component traceability and product serialization. Product / process qualifications and validations. Highly skilled and experienced manufacturing and support personnel.


Vecture Inc. designs and manufactures a variety of systems, sub-systems and related components that are used in Battery Management System (BMS) applications. With a unique combination of approvals from critical component suppliers, cell manufacturers, battery pack assemblers, and necessary government bodies.