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Scotty Technology

Beam me up, Scotty! By dispensing systems with higher reliability and service life can be built on cable for the transmission of electrical energy. This aspect is particularly for the energy transmission to moving units of great importance. The Elimination of trailing cables or busbars increases not only the security of the systems, the orders received also a higher dynamic range and additional degrees of freedom. In accordance with this perspective, the contactless energy transfer can be considered as a technology will find increasing use in electro-mechanical systems in the near future. The topic of Electromobility inspires new developments. As the desire for uniform charging systems for the daily helpers such as mobile, and others really new techniques have become rare. According to cardiologist, who has experience with these questions.

Even more exciting, application-oriented developments of long existing basic principles such as the are non-contact energy transfer. Today already achievable performance transmissions ranging from a few milliwatts to several 100 kW. At least as far the application spectrum extends from the driverless transport system (FTS) in the industry to battery-powered electric bosom for the downtown or sensors in automation technology. The technology is ideally suited for the simultaneous transmission of electrical energy and tax information. Without current-carrying rails or cable the reliability, service life, safety rise in mobile applications and the possible freedom of movement the one day event “Contactless energy transfer – State of the art” takes place with well-known speakers under the direction of Dr. Neijla Parspour of the University of Stuttgart on May 23, 2011 from 9:30 17:00 in the Haus der Technik. After an introduction to the basic physical principles and the mathematical correlations of contactless energy transmission, interesting newer projects and products are presented to participants.

Participants are mainly professionals and users from the fields of electromechanical engineering, plant construction, automotive and air – and Space is addressed. Applications are under the Tel. 0201/1803-344, 0201/1803-346 fax or on the Internet at. For more information see htd/veranstaltungen/W-H010-05-274-1.html Dipl.-Ing.Kai Brom man