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Investorideas Featured Company: KULR Technology Group (NYSE: KULR)

KULR Technology Group

Building an Energy Management Platform

Accelerating the global transition to a sustainable electrification economy

KULR Technology Group (NYSE:KULR) through its wholly-owned subsidiary KULR Technology Corporation ("KULR"), develops and commercializes high-performance, space-used thermal management technologies for electronics, batteries and other components across an array of applications such as electrical vehicle, and autonomous driving (collectively known as E-Mobility) along with AI, cloud computing, energy storage and 5G communications technologies. KULR's proprietary core technology is a carbon fiber material with roots in aerospace and defense that provides superior thermal conductivity and heat dissipation in an ultra-lightweight, pliable material. By leveraging this break-through cooling solution, and its longstanding development partnerships with NASA, the Jet Propulsion Lab, and others, KULR makes E-mobility as well as other products cooler, lighter, and safer.

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KULR Technology Group

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Battery Management System

The CellCheck modular battery management system platform is KULR's next generation battery safety technology for e-mobility, energy storage and fleet applications. It captures real time and lifetime battery intelligence, sensing adverse electrical, environmental, and physical events to analyze and control for maximum battery safety, reliability, and performance.


Battery Storage and Transportation Solutions

KULR's SafeX product line, including SafeCASE and SafeSLEEVE, provides a comprehensive solution for the safe storage and transportation of batteries. These products incorporate KULR's advanced patented Thermal Runaway Shield® (TRS) technology for efficient heat dissipation, which reduces the risks of battery overheating, self-ignition, and overpressure. Additionally, SafeCASE and SafeSLEEVE offer physical protection to batteries during transport, safeguarding against potential damage caused by shock or vibration, which can trigger internal damage and thermal events. With these products' dual-layer of thermal and physical protection, KULR can significantly reduce the risks associated with battery storage and transportation. SafeCASE and SafeSLEEVE products are versatile and easy to use, with customizable sizing to fit various battery configurations, making them an ideal solution for a range of applications.

Thermal Capacitor

Temperature Control

A carbon fiber infused heat sink utilizing phase change materials (PCM) to absorb or provide heat. It successfully reduces system temperature excursions and extends both the life of key components in your product as well as overall operating times. Due to its low mass, it saves on weight and volume by reducing or even eliminating the need for active cooling.

Fiber Thermal Interface (FTI)

Thermally Conductive Carbon Fiber Material

The family of US-produced and designed Fiber Thermal Interface (FTI) materials are high performance, flexible thermally conductive carbon-based fiber materials. Various interfaces exist between high power, heat generating components and heat sinks.

Thermal management issues can come about through the minimal contact areas that arise between the two surfaces (interface) due to micro-scale surface roughness. This reduces heat conduction across the interface as air gaps have low thermal conductivity. Surface irregularity is the primary cause of thermal contact resistance. This product will increase contact between the two surfaces and decrease thermal interface resistance.

Thermal Runaway Shield (TRS)

Absorbs Heat And Shields Battery Pack Cells

Thermal Runaway Shield (TRS) is designed to prevent thermal runaway propagation, which is a serious concern for aerospace and defense customers and electric vehicle manufacturers. A vaporizing thermal capacitor that provides passive prevention of thermal runaway propagation (TRP) in lithium-ion battery packs.

Internal Short Circuit (ISC)

Utilized In Lithium-Ion Cells And Battery Packs

KULR has exclusively licensed the internal short circuit (ISC) technology, which was co-developed between the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and NASA. The ISC device was developed to replace current archaic testing methods such as the nail penetration test. The device is placed in a Lithium-ion cell (18650, 21700, and pouch cells) to intentionally short circuit the cell on demand. Triggering occurs when the cell is heated to between 40 and 60°C, which causes the cell to short circuit in a controlled environment. The cell's structure is preserved prior to triggering and overall cell performance is not impacted by the ISC pad implementation.

The device allows the user to identify and study any safety issues with a cell or battery pack design. It can be used as a valuable research tool for research institutes, battery manufacturers, or OEMs who wish to improve both the performance and safety of their Li-ion battery cells.


Generating Powerful Electron Pulses Via Field Emission

Utilizing our proprietary process of orienting carbon fibers in the vertical axis, KULR Technology can apply various fiber types and at various densities on a multitude of substrates to create a high performance solution for your demanding applications.

Introducing KULR Vibe

New Proprietary Service for Managing Vibration and Balance


Experts in the Industry

KULR Technology Group, Inc. was founded by some of the foremost experts in energy, thermal management, semiconductor and industrial manufacturing. Our investors and advisors include industry leaders from the US, Japan, and China, all from a variety of different fields, including electric vehicles, communications, energy management, and semiconductors.


Mr. Mo is a technology entrepreneur and successful investor with over 20 years of experience in technology management, product development, and marketing. From 2007 to 2015, Mr. Mo served as Senior Director of Business Development at Amlogic, Inc. Prior to Amlogic, he was co-founder and CEO of Sympeer Technology, a peer-to-peer network company. Mr. Mo received a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from UC Santa Barbara in 1995.


Mr. Cochran is a value-driven leader offering 25+ years of exceptional high-paced business management and operations expertise. From 1995 to 2019, he worked for world-class EMS, Jabil, Inc. He concluded his 24-year career with Jabil as Sr. Vice President of Global Business Units. Prior to Jabil, Mr. Cochran was Supply Chain Manager for SCI Systems. Mr. Cochran received his Bachelor of Science in Business Operations from DeVry Institute of Technology in 1990.


Dr. Walker has significant experience in professional and research-related activities focused on thermo-electrochemical testing and analysis of lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery assemblies and related thermal management products designed for space exploration applications. Prior to joining KULR, Dr. Walker was employed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Johnson Space Center (JSC) where he focused on designing battery assemblies for human spaceflight applications capable of safely mitigating the effects of thermal runaway and preventing cell-to-cell propagation. Dr. Walker received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) and Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Houston (UH).


Mr. Canter is a seasoned corporate executive and board member with over 25 years of experience leading teams in hands-on roles in both institutional and early/growth stage companies bringing solutions to complex situations. He gained significant financial and transactional experience as an executive in M&A at Goldman Sachs and at Bank of America's investment bank where he also served as COO of M&A. Most recently, Mr. Canter was a partner at Orange Capital Ventures. Mr. Canter earned a bachelor's degree in economics and master's degree in organizational studies from Stanford University as well as a JD and MBA from the University of Michigan.


Mr. Krupp joins KULR with over 22 years of supplying MIL-SPEC computing solutions to U.S. military and intelligence system integrators. Prior to joining KULR, Mr. Krupp served as Vice President of Sales at San Diego based ZMicro, the preferred choice for rugged computing and visualization for deployed and mission critical applications. He expanded ZMicro's involvement in several platforms, including special operations, ground vehicle systems, tactical datalinks, and next-generation ISR and eventually led ZMicro's sales department as the company continued to grow in prominence across the Department of Defense and foreign military community. Mr. Krupp completed his undergraduate work in Information Systems at the University of Texas.


Mr. Carpenter was former Director and Safety Officer of Energy Science Laboratories PCM Heatsink Group. He also served as Quality Manager and Facility Security Officer in the Defense Industrial Security Program from 1988 to 1995. Mr. Carpenter received a B.S. in Applied Mechanics from UC San Diego in 1983.

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