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

Abstract:

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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