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Battery Power 2017 Will Highlight the Future of Powering Portable and Mobile Systems

Nothing can shake consumer faith faster than a recalled product. Products sitting in a warehouse rather than store shelves because of compliance or shipping issues can quickly erase a profit margin. With the proliferation of battery-powered products – from cell phones to medical devices – the need to stay current with the latest standards, safety and legal issues is paramount. Improving the consumer experience with longer battery life and convenient charging can give battery manufacturers and OEMs a competitive edge.

Join industry leaders at Battery Power 2017, May 17-18 in Dallas,TX, to discuss the best practices to improve your battery powered systems.

The conference is designed for OEM design engineers and system engineers involved in battery powered products and systems. Conference topics will include new battery designs, improving power management, predicting battery life, regulations and standards, safety and transportation, battery authentication, charging technology, emerging chemistries and market trends.

“With the continued expansion of power-hungry electronic devices, it is more important than ever for design engineers to develop products that live up to consumer expectations,” said Shannon Given, program manager of Battery Power 2017. “Design engineers are seeking ways to improve battery life while reducing the battery footprint, as well as ensuring safety and compliance to new regulations. Battery Power 2017 addresses these topics and others impacting mobile devices.”

Industry-leading companies presenting at Battery Power 2017 include IATA, Federal Aviation Administration, Inventus Power, SGS North America, Inc., Exponent, Texas Instruments, WiTricity Corp., Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology and PowerRox.

Attendees will have the opportunity to attend pre-conference workshops on May 16th, including one on designing Li-Ion batteries and another on battery safety.

The interactive exhibit hall will provide opportunities to discuss your power needs with battery manufacturers, testing services & systems providers, as well as an array of component providers. Exhibitors and sponsors include KULR, Inventus Power, Maccor, SGS, Energy Assurance, Hioki and AVX Interconnect.

Battery Power 2017 will be held at the Crowne Plaza Dallas Galleria-Addison.

Online registration closes May 8th.

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