Battery Power 2013 to help draw roadmap to future of portable power

By: Steve Friday April 26, 2013 0 comments Tags: Battery Power 2013, Denver, Greenwood Village, Intel, Nokia, Palladium Energy, Pike Research, Qualcomm, RRC Power Solutions, Shannon Given, Texas Instruments, Vishay, XMS Capital

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GREENWOOD VILLAGE - Hundreds of design engineers are expected to attend Battery Power 2013 in Denver June 6-7 to discuss the future of portable battery power.

The conference is designed for OEM design engineers, system engineers, technical and management professionals involved in mobile battery-powered devices, battery manufacturing, battery materials, power management, wireless charging, testing and safety as well as the latest market trends.

"With the continued expansion of power-hungry electronic devices and the trend to integrate wireless charging into mainstream America, it is more important than ever for design engineers to develop products that live up to consumer expectations," said Shannon Given, conference program manager.

"With devices such as tablets, e-Readers and smartphones, design engineers are seeking ways to improve battery life while reducing the battery footprint. Battery Power 2013 addresses these topics and others impacting mobile devices."

Companies presenting at the conference include Nokia, Intel, Argonne National Lab, XMS Capital, Underwriters Laboratories, Texas Instruments, Pike Research, Idaho National Lab, Vishay, Qualcomm, Palladium Energy and RRC Power Solutions.

Attendees will have an opportunity to attend pre-conference workshops on June 5.

The conference will be held at the Hyatt Denver Tech Center, 7800 E. Tufts Ave. For more information, visit http://www.batterypoweronline.com/conferences/.

 

 

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