The Future Of Lithium Ion Batteries

Date: June 13, 2012
Time: 02:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM PT
Duration: 60 minutes

The Future Of Lithium Ion Batteries

Does your product roadmap take advantage of the next battery technology becoming available to mobile devices? Battery technology can be used to innovate and differentiate with highly commoditized electronic products. This live webcast will provide vision into the future of portable power, so that device engineers can plan to utilize new battery technology in their upcoming product designs.

Learn about: the improved energy density provided by Lithium-air, Li/CFx and Silicon nanowire batteries; tens of thousands of cycles and fast charging with Lithium Titanate and iron-phosphate batteries; and thin-film batteries. Our experts will also discuss ancillary battery technology on the horizon, such as medium-rate wireless charging (10W+), as well as new state-of-charge and state-of-health algorithms.

Engineers who want the latest battery technology in their new product designs will learn the advantages and disadvantages of these technologies and how soon they will be introduced to the market.


Robin Sarah Tichy, PhD
Marketing Manager,
Electrochem Solutions, Inc.


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About Electrochem
Electrochem, founded in 1979, is a world leader in the design and manufacture of customized battery and wireless sensing technology solutions. A subsidiary of Greatbatch, Inc., Electrochem was born from the lithium battery invented for the implantable pacemaker by founder, Wilson Greatbatch. Today, Electrochem is known for providing reliable products which are used across a range of critical applications in the portable medical, energy, military, aerospace, environmental and process control industries.

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