Kinetos® Power Series gains international design protection
WIPO certificate proves the uniqueness and protectability of the innovative Kinetos® Power Series design.
Cologne | 20.09.2022 | Kinetos® Group Holding GmbH has successfully undergone an international design registration process. The examiner and certifier is the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva. With the certification, the greentech company for on- and off board charging technologies once again underlines the relevance of an unique, innovative design of Kinetos’ proprietary AC Powerboxes and DC fast charging stations of the Power Series.
In the development of offboard and onboard charging solutions, Kinetos® relies on the highest product quality, up-to-date R&D know-how and intuitive, modern design. The distinctive design was developed together with the industrial designer Evamaria Deisen from Rhineland-Palatinate.
High-quality and attractively designed, innovative e-charging solutions not only usher in a new generation of e-mobility, but also enable intuitive operation: design and function are combined in equal measure. By obtaining international design protection, Kinetos® is positively setting itself
apart in the market of mostly rational-looking charging stations.
Design statement with recognition value
A round thing – that’s when the circle closes and a unity becomes recognizable between hardware and application. Clear expression of a perfect unity: that is the claim of the Cologne-based e-charging station manufacturer, which is reflected in the design:
Kinetos® round shape of the charging stations in the AC and DC range for electric vehicles with noble glass surface, all-round blue light circle and LED light guide ring module are characteristic for Kinetos® charging products of the Power Series. The Powerbox wallbox housing has a practical unwinding device for the charging cable at the back. The charging point is located in the side body of the charging stations.
WIPO confirms design protection
The organization WIPO has 185 member states. WIPO develops a balanced system of international intellectual property regulations. It rewards and promotes creativity and innovation, taking into account public interests for economic development. Through the Hague Agreement system, the international application and registration of a design is unified. All administrative issues are handled centrally through WIPO. “Obtaining design protection confirms our claim to be technology and design leaders. We have developed a design that appeals and remains in the memory,” says Co-Founder and Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Kinetos® Group Manfred Zerwas.