FRANKFURT, Germany — October 19, 2017 — Frankfurt-based nanotechnology company nanogy has been nominated as one of 500 tech start-ups worldwide to participate in the upcoming Hello Tomorrow Global Summit in Paris. At the same time, nanogy will also present an interactive showcase along with 100 other specially selected companies, with an aim of bringing warming technology to life.
The exclusive event is made up of deep-tech enablers, entrepreneurs, and corporate executives, intent on changing the world with new technologies. The event focuses on bringing tomorrow’s technology today, and will be a melting pot of visions, ideas, and innovations. Among them will be nanogy, a groundbreaking intelligent, metal-free warming technology.
The technology was developed by Chinese market leader j-NOVA©, and has recently been introduced to the European market. The ultra-light technology can be integrated into any textile, including clothing, car seats, medical applications, and more. The technology is compatible with any standard power bank, making it a practical and safer alternative to similar, existing solutions.
The innovative, lightweight technology is completely non-metallic, meaning it also emits no radiation. The non-metallic nature of the technology allows it to be washed up to 1,000 times at any temperature. The technology is extremely thin and flexible, and can be scrunched or crumpled without damaging its function. This also means that the technology can be integrated into garments without any visible lines or hems, making it the optimal solution for companies in numerous industries.
nanogy measures an energy conversion rate of more than 90 percent, making it one of the most sustainable and environmentally friendly warming solutions ever developed. The technology is also recyclable, so consumers can dispose of it as they would any other garment.
“Our focus is not just to provide world class technology, but also to improve people’s lives without harming our environment. We are excited to see what the Hello Tomorrow event has to offer, and are looking forward to bringing nanothermal experiences to Paris,” says Company Director Jeni Odley. As expected for any modern tech company, users can even control the temperature of the textile with a mobile app, making the integration of nanogy a simplified, one-touch experience.
Posted October 23, 2017
Source: nanogy, a brand of Acanthurus GmbH