NSTI Nanotech 2009

Philips Applied Technologies - Innovation - Energy Storage

J. Downes, A. Rankers
Philips Applied Technologies, US

Keywords: materials for battery technology, controls for battery technology, wireless power transfer, magnetic bearings, vacuum technology, fuel cells, SOFC, super caps


Philips Applied Technologies is the applied research division of Corporate Technologies for Royal Philips Electronics. Our team supports the need for innovation in renewable energy with a commitment to technical strength and practical focus, to bring to life the technologies that make a difference in the world we live in. Our solutions incorporate leading edge use of use materials, sensors, controls, wireless and mag-lev technologies to support our commitment to a sustainable future.
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