CHICAGO (PRWEB) July 20, 2016
NuCurrent, the world leader in thin, high quality (Q) factor, printed wireless power transfer antennas, announces CTO Dr. Vinit Singh will present at Battery Power 2016 to be held August 3-4 at Hyatt Denver Tech Center in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Singh will present “Demystifying Wireless Charging: Standards & Future Proofing Your Devices” on August 4 at 10:45 a.m.
Wireless power is changing the way people interact with their electronic devices. With 2015 receiver growth achieving 160 percent year-over-year, this disruptive technology has become a mainstream feature in nearly 220 million wireless-charging enabled products. Companies are designing wireless power into systems to improve user experience, reduce failures and improve safety. Yet, while standards exist, there is still some confusion regarding their implementation. Dr. Singh’s presentation will clear the confusion of multiple standards and introduce methods of implementing wireless charging to maximize the value in next generation products. The discussion will cover implementations spanning products that need 1.5 watts to 30 watts of power.
As CTO of NuCurrent, Dr. Singh guides the company’s technology focus, IP leadership efforts, and product development roadmap. He helped the company develop a portfolio of 50 patents granted or pending worldwide, leading to NuCurrent being named No. 1 on 2015 Crain’s Chicago Business Eureka Index with the highest per-capita patent output of any Chicago-area company. The company was also listed in the top 10 percent overall in patent quality score, which considers the uniqueness of the invention covered by a patent and other important factors. Singh received his PhD in electrical engineering from North Carolina State University. While attending the university, he developed wireless telemetry systems for the world’s first Artificial Retina Implant, of which was recognized as a 2009 R&D 100 award winner.
Battery Power 2016 is an international conference highlighting the latest developments impacting mobile, stationary and EV battery systems including smartphones, tablets, medical devices, critical power systems, telecom and automotive applications. The 14th annual event will include topics such as new battery designs, improving power management, predicting battery life, regulations and standards, safety and transportation, battery authentication, charging technology, emerging chemistries and market trends.
For more information or to register for Battery Power 2016, visit http://www.batterypoweronline.com/conferences. To learn more about NuCurrent, please contact info(at)nucurrent(dot)com or visit http://nucurrent.com.
NuCurrent is a leading developer of high-efficiency antennas and modules for wireless power and wireless charging applications. Compliant across Wireless Power Consortium (Qi) and AirFuel Alliance (formally PMA and A4WP standards), NuCurrent works closely with electronic device OEMs and integrators to custom-design, rapid-prototype and integrate high Quality (Q) Factor antennas and modules for a broad range of applications. NuCurrent’s patented structures, proprietary tools and design techniques mitigate typical high frequency effects, offering higher efficiency, smaller sizes, higher durability and lower cost wireless power development. Based in Chicago, NuCurrent has been defining the cutting edge of wireless power design since 2009 and has over 50 patents granted or pending worldwide. For more information, visit http://nucurrent.com and follow us on Twitter at @NuCurrentTweets.