A battery-supercapacitor hybrid systems combine the advantages of high energy battery electrodes and high power capacitors. LiBASED consortium is aiming at the development of the new and efficient Li-ion battery-supercapacitor hybrid (LIH) device with high power and energy density simultaneously, along with good cyclability. The project proposes a novel hybrid device configuration based on different 3D nanostructured carbon based cathodes and electrospun titanate-based free-standing (anode) electrodes. By using this configuration, the LIH device is expected having high energy density (>20 Wh/kg) and power density (>5 KW/kg) with a specific capacity retention >92% over 10,000 cycles. Afterwards, the consortium will design and fabricate mini-hybrid device (prototype) with mentioned outputs. The assembled LIH devices can be applied in long-run, lightweight and cost-effective unmanned air/ground vehicles (UAVs, UGVs) which will lead positive effect on both environmental and economic issues.