Thin, Safe and Flexible Power for Wearable Electronics and Internet of Things Products (Supercapacitors USA 2014)

Dr Devin MacKenzie, Chief Executive Officer
Imprint Energy, Inc.
United States
Nov 20, 2014.


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Presentation Summary

• Meeting the electrical and physical product requirements for thin, flexible energy storage
• Printed, low cost manufacturing based on air stable, low toxicity battery inks
• Latest results from high capacity and power flexible batteries powering wireless connectivity, displays and sensors for wearable electronics, medical devices and Internet of Things labels

Speaker Biography (Devin MacKenzie)

Devin MacKenzie is an expert in emerging electronic materials, printed and flexible electronics with 15 years of experience starting and leading research and commercialization in these fields in the US, Europe and Asia. He is currently CEO of Imprint Energy, a Berkeley spin-out commercializing ultrathin flexible batteries based on large-area printing processes for wearable electronics and the internet of things. As CTO of Add-Vision, Inc., Dr. MacKenzie led the development fully printed flexible OLED displays. Prior to Add-Vision, he led printed RF device development at KPCB-backed Kovio and co-founded Plastic Logic from the University of Cambridge as a research staff member in the Department of Physics working in organic electronics, photovoltaics and OLEDs. He has 110 patents and publications and doctorate, master's, and undergraduate degrees from the University of Florida and MIT and a scientific background in nanoscale, organic, Si, and III-N electronic materials and optoelectronic devices.

Company Profile (Imprint Energy, Inc.)

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Imprint Energy is a widely-recognized leader in ultrathin, flexible, printed batteries for always-connected Internet of Things products, including smart labels, health and wellness sensors, and flexible displays. Imprint's proprietary ZincPoly™ chemistry has higher energy density, is safer, and can power communications better than thin lithium batteries. Imprint is already sampling thousands of cells and multiple partners have printed cells using their own equipment. Imprint has received extensive recognition, including the MIT Technology Review Innovators under 35 and 50 Smartest Companies. To learn more, see External Link.
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