Some "detections" have occurred. Knowing a little more than most about battery technology and being an engineer, I think it's complete hogwash. The software may detect poorly performing cells, which are unlikely to be related to any fire potential, but that's it. The fact that the cells in the pack are tied together in sets of 3 and the existing sensors lack high resolution, means it's not possible to detect defects. If you isolated a cell (complete disassembly of pack) and used high precision laboratory equipment, you MAY be able to detect the defect."has this software successfully detected any battery issues on anybody's Bolt?"