“NuCurrent has spent over 8 years developing the world’s thinnest, highest performance, printed wireless power antennas so that wireless charging is possible for mass adoption by consumers.” ~ Jacob Babcock, CEO, NuCurrent
June 22, 2017
NuCurrent, the world leader of thin, high quality (Q) factor, printed wireless power transfer antennas, electronic modules and solutions, announces that FlexTech has named NuCurrent a 2017 FLEXI Awards winner for the Product Innovation Award. The FLEXIs, now in their 8th year, recognize outstanding achievements of organizations and individuals in the flexible hybrid electronics sector in the categories of R&D, Innovation and Commercialization, Industry Leadership, and Education Leadership. Winners were announced at 2017FLEX on June 20 in Monterey, California.
The 2017 FLEXIs are sponsored and presented by Lockheed Martin and are open to any organization involved with the flexible and printed electronics industry. Nominations for the Product Innovation Award are evaluated on the product design and ingenuity, market adoption and revenue generation. The FLEXI nominations are reviewed and judged by an independent committee of industry and academic experts. Past award winners include Corning, Xerox, MC10 and HP.
“Congratulations to NuCurrent for their Product Innovation Award at this year’s FLEXI Awards,” said Michael Ciesinski, President of FlexTech, a SEMI Strategic Association Partner. “Their printed antennas for wireless power transfer are an excellent example of the innovative new ways to use and incorporate flexible and printed technology in our everyday lives.”
“We are honored to be recognized by FlexTech as this year’s Product Innovation Award winner,” said Jacob Babcock, CEO, NuCurrent. “We believe this is another…