IDTechEx Energy Storage USA 2018 Award Winners
The award for Best Technical Development within Energy Storage was presented at the IDTechEx Show in Santa Clara last night. Out of a strong group of submissions, NGK Insulators were the winners with their entry on the EnerCera® project.
TactoTek is based in Oulu, Finland. Founded in 2011, the company is a spin-off from VTT. TactoTek is at the center of the move from 100 years of "components in a box" to merged structure, electronics and electrics. It manufactures products that integrate printed circuitry and discrete electronic components into 3D injection molded plastics.
Self-Powering Smart Cities
The cost of renewable energies such as tidal and wave power in the open sea, wind and solar power have come down greatly in recent years but they are rarely considered viable for base power, largely because of the energy storage needed.
Cymbet is privately held clean technology company working on thin film battery technology and energy harvesting power management solutions for microelectronic systems.
Bridging the gap between traditional and printed electronics
The Voltera V-One is a PCB Printer for early circuit board prototyping and PE experimentation.
IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2017 Award Winners
At the 14th IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition held in Santa Clara on November 15-16, four organizations were honored for their great achievements in developing and commercializing printed electronics technologies.
Alan Harper Composites Ltd
Alan Harper Composites are a 6-person company developing reusable silicone vacuum bags. IDTechEx technology analyst Dr Richard Collins interviewed Alan Harper (CEO and Founder).
3D printed electronics system from Pulse Electronics
Pulse Electronics provides electronic component design and manufacturing. It has now developed equipment, known as "fluidANT" that can print antennas on 3D substrates.
Pulse Electronics provides electronic component design and manufacturing. It offers a catalog of products as well as custom capabilities, supplying electronic components to OEMs, contract manufacturers and consumer electronic manufacturers. The company is now private but was formerly listed on the NYSE. It has annual sales of approximately $400 million. The company makes about 5% of all the antennas made for smart phones, routers and other consumer electronics wireless equipment. This activity was gained through acquisition including parts of Nokia's antenna business. It has now developed equipment, known as "fluidANT" that can print antennas on 3D substrate
Cap-XX is a supercapacitor leader developing products for energy harvesting, AMR, consumer electronics and the automotive division.
Avnet Electronics Marketing adds Cymbet's solid state batteries
Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, a business region of Avnet, Inc. has announced that it will carry the complete line of rechargeable solid state batteries and evaluation kits from Cymbet Corporation.
INFINERGY Micro Power Module Product Family
Infinite Power Solutions, Inc., a global leader in the development and manufacturing of solid-state, rechargeable, thin-film energy storage devices, formally unveiled its INFINERGY(TM) Micro Power Module products at the Energy Harvesting & Storage USA conference in Denver, Colorado.
Cymbet Corp awarded Best of Sensors Expo 2009 bronze award
Cymbet Corporation has been honoured with a Sensors' "Best of Sensors Expo 2009" bronze award. Cymbet won this award for its EnerChip™ EH CBC5300 energy harvesting module which is a key enabler for autonomous wireless sensor networks.
World's first thin-film battery with integrated battery management
Cymbet Corporation has developed a breakthrough in battery technology with the introduction of the EnerChip™ CC CBC3112 and CBC3150 thin-film batteries with integrated battery management.