High Temperature Solid State Batteries For Industry 4.0 And Smart Vehicles (Energy Storage Innovations Europe 2017)

Mr Emmanuel Till-Vattier, VP, Sales
Ilika Technologies Ltd
United Kingdom


Europe 2017 Presentation - Ilika Technologies Ltd*
Europe 2017 Audio Presentation - Ilika Technologies Ltd*

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Presentation Summary

Ilika will exemplify the combined use of an energy harvester and an energy buffer such as solid state battery for the self-powering of autonomous sensing devices in applications within IoT requiring wide storage and operating temperature ranges, such as Industry 4.0, smart vehicles, aerospace and infrastructure monitoring.

Speaker Biography (Emmanuel Till-Vattier)

Emmanuel joined ILIKA as VP of Sales in 2016 and is responsible for establishing strategies and partnerships for Ilika's solid state battery IP as well as their material research business.
Emmanuel holds a higher degree in Electronic Engineering from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d' Électronique et de Radioélectricité of Grenoble in France.
He developed strong technical experience in the Microelectronics & Semiconductor Industry working for Philips Semiconductors and later for Intel in the fields of component quality and reliability.
In 2001, Emmanuel joined ARM and moved into Sales, developing a deep expertise in IP licensing and Sales Management over a 15 year period, working with many varied clients worldwide.
Emmanuel is currently focusing on the value solid state batteries bring to the medical and industrial sectors.

Company Profile (ILIKA)

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Applying its heritage of patented high-throughput materials discovery for blue-chip companies, Ilika has developed thin-film, solid-state, Li-ion batteries to meet the specific demands of applications in the IoT space. Ilika's new StereaxTM solid state batteries operate in the Extended temperature range, enabling the powering of autonomous IoT sensors for Industry 4.0 and smart vehicles.
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