Fitting Batteries To Devices (Energy Storage Innovations USA 2016)

Mr Andy Keates, Principal Engineer
Intel Corporation
United States
 

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Presentation Summary

The press is quick to herald amazing technology breakthroughs supposedly on the cusp of reality, yet few have made it to production and trumped the slow, but reliable march of the Li-ion battery industry. This keynote analyses key battery operational requirements to illustrate the nature of things which hold back challengers to the batteries we use today.

Speaker Biography (Andy Keates)

Andy Keates graduated with a bachelors in Physics from the University of Exeter in the UK and worked in two companies designing microprocessor-based systems before joining Intel in 1982. He has worked across a variety of disciplines in his career at Intel and since 2007 has been assessing and assisting battery developers. He was made an Intel Principal Engineer in 2014.

Company Profile (Intel Corporation)

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Intel is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world's computing devices. We are continuing that commitment by providing the foundation technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT) and enabling innovation in new industries. Through collaboration with the industry, we are helping billions of devices securely talk to each other and share valuable information, to generate new services, improve productivity and efficiency, and speed time to market. Through our unique combination of integrated hardware, software, and services, Intel is helping turn data into action, accelerating the realization of cleaner cities, personalized healthcare, more responsive homes, and smarter factories. Learn more about how Intel enables IoT at www.intel.com/iot
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