Humavox’s groundbreaking wireless charging platform ETERNA™ was named finalist in 2014 ECN IMPACT Awards, recognized by the top products and services in design engineering.
Humavox was named a finalist in 2014 ECN IMPACT Awards, established to recognize and honor exceptional achievements and innovations in the electronic components industry during 2013.
Electronic Component News (ECN), a primary resource for the global engineering community, announced the finalists for the 2014 ECN IMPACT Awards for the most influential products and services in 18 different categories in electronic design.
Humavox’ wireless power platform ETERNA™ is a finalist in two categories:
Awards the most advanced innovations in wireless communication;
A special recognition award for products and services that made a significant and permanent change in the industry.
Other award categories include Boards, Modules, and Embedded Systems; Cooling and Thermal Management; Electromechanical/Mechanical Devices; Enclosures; Integrated Circuits; Optoelectronics; Packaging and Interconnects; Power Sources and Conditioning Devices; Sensors; Solid State Lighting; Test & Measurement; and Tools, Kits and Reference Designs. There are also two Service Category Awards for Contract Manufacturing and Distributor Innovation and special recognition awards for Education Innovation, Green Technology and Market Disrupter.
A judging panel comprised of industry experts in each category rated and evaluated all the entrants using a 5-point scoring system. “This year’s Finalists represent the best technologies, tools, and services across the electronics OEM,” said ECN Publisher, Mike Francesconi.
The winners will be announced at the Awards Event on May 6 in Las Vegas.
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