Next Webinar Session
Accelerating Launch of New Battery Technologies by Expediting Samples Through Collaborative Partnerships
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 | 10:00 a.m. EDT USA / 4:00 p.m. CET Europe / 10:00 p.m. China
Duration – 1 hour
Polaris is a processing lab that accelerates new lithium ion battery developments resulting in faster delivery of samples. It provides processing services to accelerate the optimization of recipes for battery developers. Using its services, customers can avoid delays in launching products due to internal funding and staffing constraints.
Services include anode and cathode electrode mix and coat trials, pouch stack cell assemblies, cell and material analytical testing services, business advisory services, and a link to high volume production.
Two major roadblocks facing battery technology companies are addressed: 1) Startups lack staffing, process knowledge, funding, and equipment to develop samples, and 2) Commercialization of new battery technologies is capital intensive and takes long time to pass quality standards
This webinar will focus on the following key topics:
• Significant new material inventions in lithium ion and other advanced battery chemistries in the US
• Two primary issues or “gaps” in getting these technologies to the market
1. generating samples for investors, customers and internal engineering evaluation and optimization
2. building a battery factory and gaining product and quality system approval (a huge undertaking)
• Polaris Battery Labs Capability Overview for samples and commercialization
• Partner Profile; Carestream Heath as a contract coating partner to reduce time-to-market and risks
Please register for this webinar at the following address:
Doug Morris – CEO – Polaris Battery Labs, LLC
Doug has over 30 years experience in the telecommunications, components, battery, and energy storage industries. Prior to working at Polaris Labs he was VP of Operations at Enevate. Doug has also held various executive, management, and engineering positions over his 21 year career with Motorola where he was VP and Director of Engineering, Quality, and Supply Chain Management for the Energy Systems Group. Doug was also a founder of Motorola’s Product Testing Services business.