Innovations relating to power and power consumption are an increasingly hot topics as society works to reduce our power footprint by reducing power consumption and moving away from reliance on fossil fuels.
As power related innovation continues to advance, implementations are continually morphing from one domain to into another – in manufacturing, solar, data centers, automotive, robotics, consumer products, mobile applications, adapters, charging, and internal device power management. The drive to energize with increasingly less power, and cleaner, greener power is undeniable.
Join Gene Quinn, patent attorney and founder of IPWatchdog.com, for an in-depth conversation that will look at the technologies and the breadth of underlying innovations that collectively define the power revolution, both from a technological standpoint and from an enforcement of rights standpoint. Joining Gene will be Miranda Jones, Partner at Porter Hedges, and Martin Bijman, Director of IP Products, TechInsights.
In addition to answering questions from the audience, the panel will discuss the making of power devices using semiconductors, power management technologies and products that use power efficiently, and the enforcement of the intellectual property rights associated with semiconductors and power management technologies.