“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 believe this is another validation of our high-efficiency antennas and the void we fill in the marketplace for wireless power capabilities in electronics – from mobile phones, wearables, IoT to cars – without sacrificing size, performance or charge times,” said Jacob Babcock, CEO, NuCurrent. “NuCurrent has spent over eight years developing the world’s thinnest, highest performance, printed wireless power antennas so that wireless charging is possible for mass adoption by consumers.”
NuCurrent was recently named IoT Breakthrough Awards’ M2M Embedded Hardware Company of the Year and a finalist for two 2016 ITA CityLIGHTS Awards (Industry Disrupter and Technologist of the Year), which honors companies and individuals whose innovation and success drive growth in the technology industry and in Illinois.