KULR TECHNOLOGY GROUP’S PRESIDENT AND COO INTERVIEWED BY PROACTIVE INVESTORS 4:30
KULR President and COO, Keith Cochran, provides an overview of his recent appointment at the Company and about his background, including having previously served as Senior Vice President of Jabil Greenpoint’s (NYSE: JBL) Global Business Units in Singapore, where he led the $3.7 billion revenue smartphone technology division.
LOCAL COMPANY HAS TECHNOLOGY ABOARD MARS ROVER ‘PERSEVERANCE’ 3:37
The CEO of KULR Technology joined The Four to discuss how their technology controls temperature aboard the Mars rover and how it may be used in the future.
KULR TECHNOLOGY GROUP OUTLINES QUARTERLY ACHIEVEMENTS AND UPCOMING MILESTONES FOR 2021 6:46
KULR Technology Group Inc (OTCQB:KULR) CEO Michael Mo outlines quarterly achievements including additional contract awards with the International Space Station to supply NASA with safe storage solutions for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 hybrid notebook computers.
TECHNOLOGY CEO SPEAKS ON ELECTRIC CAR BATTERY FIRES, SAFETY SOLUTIONS 2:30
Lithium ion batteries power many items that are used in our daily lives, among them are your cell phone, laptops and electric vehicles. These batteries are the driving force behind the EV market and a potential threat to growth in that industry.
KULR TECHNOLOGY GROUP CEO INTERVIEWED ON CNN FIRST MOVE WITH JULIA CHATTERLEY 6:01
The interview coincided with the launch of NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover earlier Thursday. The interview touched upon the company’s recent announcements of an EV Supercar battery thermal management solution and a space-proven battery safety design for the energy storage market.
KULR HELPS NASA CONTAIN BATTERY EXPLOSIONS TO ISS 5:26
NASA is sending a bag to space that can protect against battery explosions and keep astronauts safer. KULR technology has come up with the bag to store cellphones or laptop batteries. Michael Mo, CEO of KULR Technology joined Cheddar to discuss.
TRS & ISC BATTERY TESTS 0:10
A 50-cell configuration with LG M36 18650 cells at 3.3Ah. Top right corner cell experienced thermal runaway through ISC trigger. The battery pack survived the initial middle cell TRP test. Also, a NREL/NASA test for on-demand internal short circuit (ISC) device in a 2.4Ah 18650 cell design.
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