2019 Sponsors & Supporting Partners
Bionic Power is developing a knee-based exoskeleton that can be used purely as an energy harvester, purely as an augmentation device, or, depending on the mission profile, act as a hybrid system to harvest and augment. Energy harvesting is expected to be upwards of 15 Watts on mixed terrain. The product is still in development, with a goal of reducing metabolic effort by 10-20% on mixed terrain when used as an augmentation device.
Solar Stik manufactures portable expeditionary power solutions for ISR, Force Protection, Force Sustainment, Mission Command, SATCOM, and other weapon systems. Products comprise rugged, scalable, and modular components that allow users to establish a tailored hybrid power system in austere locations using renewable energy to enable self-sufficiency and enhance operational effectiveness.
Part of Cambridge EnerTech, Battery Power provides the latest technology trends and market updates impacting batteries and battery-powered devices for consumer electronics, electric vehicles, telecommunications, medical, and military and space applications. Discover how power management, safety standards, monitoring systems, and R&D are shaping the energy storage industry. BatteryPowerOnline.com, the Battery Power eNewsletter, and a variety of industry leading conferences provide exclusive content and insight into a world that is “always on”.
The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) represents the leading companies and organizations that are advancing innovative, clean, safe, and reliable energy technologies. FCHEA drives industry support and provides a consistent voice to regulators, policymakers, media, and end users. Our educational efforts promote the environmental and economic benefits of fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies. Through FCHEA various activities and initiatives, as well as through our working groups and committees, companies work together on mutual interests and issues to advance the industry in every application and market sector. This includes regulations, codes and standards; federal, state and local policies and funding; marketing and communications; and much, much more