Chicago (PRWEB) September 22, 2017 -- NuCurrent, a leading wireless power system and magnetics solution provider, announces mHUB, IMEC and UI LABS has named NuCurrent a finalist for the 2017 Fourth Revolution Awards in the Product Design Of The Year category. The Fourth Revolution Awards honor the best and brightest of the Chicago region’s manufacturing community in a variety of categories. Winners for each of the eight categories will be announced at an awards ceremony on October 18 at the Wintrust Grand Banking Hall in Chicago.
Named for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which fuses physical product development with digital processes to impact all disciplines, economies and industries, the awards program celebrates leaders, companies and industrial initiatives that have made significant contributions to the Chicago region’s manufacturing ecosystem. Product Design of the Year recognizes a product design that is unique, improves user experience, and impacts productivity and the greater good. All award finalists are selected by a committee of accomplished judges, but winners will be selected through public online voting from September 19-27 at http://4revawards.com/page/vote-for-the-product-design-of-the-year-winner.
“We are thrilled and honored to be selected as a finalist for Product Design Of The Year,” said Jacob Babcock, CEO, NuCurrent. “As engineers and product managers look to build wireless power capabilities into their products, they’re continuing to turn to NuCurrent because we provide certainty and clarity on getting their products to market with superior wireless power performance, faster time-to-market, and magnetics plus full-system design and integration capability. We not only help customers get their wireless power-enabled products to market quickly, but win in their markets by giving them a competitive advantage in wireless power.”
NuCurrent was selected for Product Design Of The Year for its patented CoolSkin Technology, which enables the smallest, most efficient, fastest charging wireless charging antennas on the planet. By reducing the Electrical Series Resistance (ESR) of the antenna that is typically caused by skin effects and proximity effects, CoolSkin Technology provides higher Q antennas for the best wireless charging experience. CoolSkin Technology is built using standard PCB and FPCB substrates, making it highly scalable and reliable in mass production environments.
NuCurrent was recently named a 2017 FLEXI Award winner (Product Innovation Award), 2017 ITA CityLIGHTS Awards Finalist (Industry Disrupter), and 2016 IoT Breakthrough Awards’ M2M Embedded Hardware Company of the Year. The company was also named a 2017 Timmy Awards Finalist (Best Technology Work Culture), 2017 Chicago Innovation Awards Finalist, and a Chicago Inno 2016 50 on Fire winner. NuCurrent was also named No. 1 on the 2015 Crain’s Chicago Business Eureka Index with the highest per-capita patent output of any company in Illinois. 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.
To view the 2017 Fourth Revolution Awards list of finalists or cast your vote for the winners, visit http://4revawards.com/page/vote-for-the-product-design-of-the-year-winner between September 19-27. To learn more about NuCurrent, please contact [email protected] or visit http://nucurrent.com.
NuCurrent is a leading developer of high-efficiency wireless power solutions including magnetics and full-system integration. They help customers get to market quickly, with more certainty and with better performance. Whether customers want proprietary solutions or compliance across the Wireless Power Consortium (Qi) or AirFuel AllianceTM, NuCurrent works closely with electronic device OEMs and integrators to determine the best implementation of wireless power for their product and deliver that solution through custom-design, rapid-prototype, advanced simulation, and superior performance. NuCurrent’s patented technology, proprietary tools and design techniques mitigate typical high frequency effects, offering higher efficiency, smaller sizes, higher durability, and lower total cost for wireless power system implementation. Based in Chicago, NuCurrent has been defining the leading edge of wireless power design since 2009 and has over 65 patents granted or pending worldwide. For more information, visit http://nucurrent.com and follow us on Twitter at @NuCurrentTweets.
Ryan Greives, NuCurrent, http://www.nucurrent.com/, +1 7655329198, [email protected]