SEATTLE — June 6, 2019 — Jenax — inventor of ultra-thin, ultra-flexible, lithium-ion rechargeable batteries — today announced it will be a featured speaker at Wear 2019, taking place June 19-21 in Seattle. EJ Shin, managing director of Jenax, will lead the session “Eliminating the Battery Barrier: How Next-Gen Power Fuels Smarter Wearables” on Thursday, June 21, 9:30 a.m. Attendees will learn how batteries can spur a whole new level of wearable innovations that exceed consumer expectations.
“Wearable manufacturers and consumers want the same thing: smart, powerful, easy-to-use devices that are comfortable and safe to wear. But in reality, there’s a huge gap between what manufacturers can deliver and what users demand. Because manufacturers have had to design around batteries that are rigid and clunky, their products are often awkward, inconvenient or uncomfortable for end-users,” said Shin. “I’m excited to show Wear attendees how a new generation of flexible, lightweight batteries is changing the wearable landscape, and empowering them to create more compelling, competitive wearables.”
Wear 2019, held at the Westin Bellevue, is focused on “Synergy of Functionality and Well-Being,” exploring the latest market dynamics and industry innovations, wearable and smart fabric standardization, intellectual property and data collection, textile technology, wearable healthcare and wellness, and more.
Wear attendees interested in meeting with Jenax at the conference should contact email@example.com.
While in Seattle for Wear 2019, Jenax will also be hosting a Lunch & Lab “Powering Up Product Innovation with Flexible Batteries.” Taking place June 18, 11 a..m-1 p.m. in Bellevue, this free event provides a forum for Seattle’s product designers, engineering leaders and entrepreneurs in wearables, medical devices, consumer products, and IoT, to discuss how battery advances can enhance their own next-generation products.
Posted June 6, 2019
Source: Jenax Inc.