Wireless power industry authority to exhibit at first-ever, all-virtual CES in 2021
(CHICAGO – Dec. 22 2020) – NuCurrent, the recognized industry authority of wireless power solutions, confirmed its presence at the first-ever, all-virtual Consumer Electronics Show, running from January 11 – 14, 2021.
Day 1 of CES will kick-off with CEO Jacob Babcock discussing the Future of Wireless Charging, alongside co-panelists from EPC, Energous, Samsung, the University of Washington, and the University of Michigan. The Future of Wireless Charging is presented by IEEE and will be moderated by Sanjay Gupta, AirFuel Alliance President & Chairman. Full program details can be found here.
“Over the past few years, NuCurrent has met with hundreds of companies to educate and introduce many to wireless power,” said Mike Harmon, Director of Marketing at NuCurrent. “It’s pretty incredible to think how far consumer adoption has come – as how much further it will go.”
Throughout the remaining days of the conference, NuCurrent’s virtual exhibition booth will showcase the company’s Low Frequency (Qi), High Frequency (AirFuel) and NFC Wireless Charging capabilities.
“CES 2020 was a really important event for us. We celebrated the launch of PopSockets PopPower Home – the world’s best wireless charger – and join the Wireless Power Consortium at the Ki Cordless Kitchen booth for the entire show,” said Harmon. “While this year will look different, it’ll allow us to focus on the most important thing: our customers.”
Just like past CES programs, attendees will be able to access NuCurrent’s wireless power experts live and hold face-to-face meetings. Registered attendees can head to digital.ces.tech/attendees and search “NuCurrent” to connect with members of our team. NuCurrent’s virtual exhibit will launch on Monday, Jan. 11.
Product managers interested in wireless power, but not attending CES, can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get started with NuCurrent today.