Vancouver’s VoltSafe has been named a CES 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree for not one, but two of its innovative product solutions: VoltSafe Home and VoltSafe Marine.
VoltSafe collaborated with Menlo Micro to co-develop VoltSafe Home, the most advanced electrical plug technology ever invented. The combination of Menlo Micro’s Ideal Switch technology with VoltSafe’s advanced smart electrical outlet and connector will enable the future of next-gen smart power connectivity.
VoltSafe Marine connectors set a new standard of safety and efficiency in shore power and EV charging that is scalable for pleasure-craft, industrial shipping & defence sectors, by minimizing corrosion that leads to dangerous arcing and sparks that cause boat and marina fires or electrocution.
Last summer the electric charging startup partnered with Victoria-based Barnacle Systems for a pilot project that will test VoltSafe’s patented technology as an EV charger for naval vessels.
VoltSafe is a CES exhibitor in the Venetian’s “Smart Home” section where the company, with Menlo Micro, will showcase its most advanced novel conductive connector and outlet designs to date.
“VoltSafe technology is the first major innovation to pronged plugs since Thomas Edison first brought electricity into our homes in 1879, and Hubbell patented pronged electrical plug-outlet design in 1905,” stated VoltSafe CEO, Trevor Burgess.
“Bringing it to life, and now being named a CES Innovation Awards Honoree for not one, but TWO, of our inventive product solutions, reinforces the key value proposition that VoltSafe’s patented conductive tech will bring to the world.”
The CES Innovation Awards program is an annual competition honoring outstanding design and engineering in 28 consumer technology product categories. This year’s program received a record high number of over 2,100 submissions.
An elite panel of industry expert judges, including members of the media, designers, and engineers, reviewed submissions based on innovation, engineering and functionality, aesthetic, and design.
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