Google scientists are working on a sophisticated battery of devices company’s future




Google scientists are working on a sophisticated battery of devices company’s future

A small team of scientists at Google Inc., is working to develop new technologies for batteries of electronic devices, according to informed sources revealed to the development process.

The sources pointed out, in remarks published in “Wall Street Journal” newspaper of America, the team consists of four scientists, working under the umbrella of Google X research lab, and led the world of batteries Ramesh Bhardwaj.

Ramesh had worked for Apple before moving to Google, where the fact that in late 2012 a team to test the batteries manufactured by multiple companies and will be used to carry the Google brand devices.

The sources confirmed that specializes in battery technology world began he and his team, since nearly a year, working on the development of technologies that can in the future be used in the production of batteries are integrated into Google’s computers, that these batteries are characterized by their ability to withstand long during the charging cycle one.

The sources added that Google will not use techniques developed by a team of scientists hers in the manufacture of batteries only smart for organs, but also in some of the industries in which the evolution of the company’s products, such as self-driving cars, robots and health care products industry.

The sources did not reveal the extent of the development of techniques that scientists are working on Google or for information about the company used in previous products or not, but that the American newspaper referred to previous statements to the world in which Ramesh Bhardwaj explained that his company owns at least 20 of the batteries separate projects.

It is noteworthy that Google is currently working on a self consumer driving car manufacturing, has also recently unveiled its collaboration with Johnson & Johnson to develop robots assist in surgeries , and the next development dedicated to other areas of robotics, through her ​​company Boston Dynamics, which it acquired in 2013.

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