The agreement combines OXIS's expertise in the development of pioneering cell technology with Steatite's battery pack design and assembly skills. They have agreed to develop lithium sulfur rechargeable battery systems with advanced communications. These systems will be developed for a wide range of applications in the Oceanographic, Defence and Energy industry such as unmanned vehicles, as well as
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According to OXIS Energy CEO,
Since it was founded in 2005,
Due to the advanced materials being used, the research being undertaken by OXIS requires significant supplier support. OXIS has set up relationships with world-leading companies and universities to ensure that new materials and processes are available during development.
OXIS has signed a licence agreement with GP Batteries, a major world-class manufacturer of primary and rechargeable batteries and the largest consumer battery manufacturer in
Steatite has specialist industry skills in Oil and Gas, Oceanography, Satellite Systems, Telecommunications, Medical, Government, Security and Defence applications. Dedicated in-house teams support customers by designing, building and supplying the most advanced range of components and systems tailored to their application needs, supported by the reassurance of first-class quality standards.
Based in Redditch,
For more information visit the Steatite website at: http://www.steatite.co.uk
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