Zinergy’s 3V Zinc-Carbon series was successfully launched at the Wearable Technology Show 2019 held at The Business Design Centre London from12-13th March 2019
Zinergy UK announced the new flexible and printed 3V Zinc-Carbon series at the Wearable Technology Show (WTS) 2019, which has got a high current capability for applications such as temperature and freshness monitoring for goods as well as asset tracking. Also, the features of highly customisable battery design and mechanical flexibility based on customers’ needs has attracted a lot of attention in the fields of health care, sports and battery solutions. The 3V Zinc-Carbon series includes 3V1.1, 3V1.2 and 3V 1.3 has achieved the highest technology level for maximum peak current in the current industry; which are 40mA, 50mA and 60mA, which is much better than other products in the market which have maximum peak currents of below 20mA. This key technology strength will particularly promote Zinergy’s products into a leading position in the IoT markets. The WTS is the largest business and prosumer show featuring cutting edge technology under one roof. It is the biggest and best forum for forming partnerships and developing new businesses across the wearable, smart device and IOT landscape. Over 3,000 delegates, 200 speakers and 150 press came together to exchange views, network and do business this year. The show floor featured cutting edge technology attracting prosumers, distributors and buyers. Also, WTS 2019 showcased technologies across a multitude of fields including – smart home, health care, fashion, fitness, performance sports, enterprise, augmented reality and presents visionary speakers working within the industry to discuss the future of wearables, smart technology and IoT.
Dr. Nikita Sachdev, a chemist with experience on the synthesis and assembly of different types of particles (spherical, nanosheets, core-shells), has joined the team. Her previous developments have attracted significant commercial attraction. We are sure she will play a strong role contributing towards new battery technologies alongside with other team members.
Zinergy UK has joined an EU funded consortium with over 20 partners across Europe. The project is named as “TEESMAT”. There are three core objectives in this project, including open access to advanced characterisation solution for material, awareness of the industry and sustainable open innovation test bed& community. During the R&D, Zinergy UK is going to challenge development of a process/capability to measure printed electrodes in line for QA. Secondly, the challenge is to understand the mechanism of degradation of the cell. Finally, it is going to be addressed to obtain some clarity on the regulatory framework and routes for recycling applicable for this type of battery. According to our CEO Dr. Pritesh Hiralal , the project will allow us to increase the excellence of our batteries by using the state of the art facilities across Europe.