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Battery Technology Events To Take Place In San Jose In October 2010

April 29, 2010

Two all-new industry shows, ‘Battery Technology Expo' and ‘The Battery Show', will be launching at the San Jose Convention Center, California on October 5- 7, 2010. Battery Technology Expo showcases the leading component manufacturers, raw material suppliers and highly specialized service providers to the battery and ultracapacitor supply chain. Visitors will discover the perfect solutions for anything related to the design or manufacture of batteries. The show will be a crucial opportunity for visitors to get close to the entire supply chain from the primary and secondary battery industry and experience the latest products from the growing community of lithium-ion, advanced lead-acid, nickel metal hydride or nickel cadmium battery component suppliers.
The Battery Show will exhibit all the latest cells, batteries and ultracapacitors available to the global transportation, personal electronics, healthcare, utilty and grid, space and military markets. Visitors will discover the perfect energy storage solution for anything from a laptop computer to a satellite, electric vehicle or smartphone, as well as network with the entire battery industry, and discuss developments in efficiency, disposal and cost across a wide range of applications.
"Running these two complimentary shows under one roof offers visitors a unique perspective across the entire battery industry, from core technologies and materials, through the research and development to the latest fully developed products for thousands of industrial applications", says James Reader, Managing Director of the two events. "We live in an increasingly wireless world with portable devices and technology developing at an unbelievable pace. Couple this with 21st century environmental concerns, and batteries have never been more important to industry."
Alongside the exhibitions will be two fantastic conference programs for each show. Each conference will be a three-day program, challenging all aspects of battery and ultracapacitor design, manufacturing and usage. Leading industry speakers, in-depth panel discussions and often-controversial topics will make for a useful and enjoyable industry debate. While strongly supported by key industry bodies, the conference is independent and encourages a free and frank exchange of views and ideas, and sometimes even heated debate. Topic streams include: the role of batteries and ultracapacitors in renewable energy systems; the developing market for pure electric vehicles; the role of batteries in electricity generation and SmartGrid electricity networks; advanced batteries for military and aerospace applications; recycling advanced batteries; raw material supply, demand and pricing for battery applications; battery management for high-voltage battery systems; battery options for stationary energy storage; batteries and nanotechnology.
Numerous industrial sectors will be catered for within the 100,000ft2 (10,000m2) of exhibition space shared between the two shows, including automotive and mass transit, aerospace, marine, consumer electronics and computing.
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About Smarter Shows
Smarter Shows is a fresh, new company in the world of highly focused exhibitions and conferences. Created to deliver the very best return on investment for exhibitors and visitors alike, the company offers a smarter approach to face-to-face business, combining invaluable meeting time between customers and their supply chains with added benefits including sophisticated but simple-to-use pre-show networking technologies and onsite meeting scheduling. At Smarter Shows we recognise the need to justify every cent spent on marketing and enhancin g business reach. Smarter Shows is a truly 21st-century exhibition organizer, owned and supported by some of the most respected people in the exhibitions business; the founders have around 50 years' combined industry experience to draw on.
SOURCE: Battery Technology Expo