Energy Harvesting & Storage
The seventh annual IDTechEx event provides insight into energy harvesting technologies and their applications. Hear end user insights, see the latest products and learn about the emerging technologies.
Attendees to this event will learn:
- Who needs energy harvesting, the ROI and sectors close to adoption. End user and integrators from a diverse range of markets present their needs and experiences.
- All the technology options - from energy harvester choices, energy storage options, through to the latest in low power electronics and wireless sensors.
- The current state of the technology at the event tradeshow.
...and all with an analytical, commercial outlook, taking into account market requirements, competitive technologies and development roadmaps.
Exhibitor Highlights: Energy Harvesting & Storage 2014 | Berlin, 1-2 April
Application-focused sessions cover the opportunity of energy harvesting in the built environment, showing how it is enabling smart - and more energy efficient - buildings and smart cities, merging with the Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M evolution. Sessions also focus on industrial wireless monitoring, transportation and consumer electronics. The conference features some of the world's largest user and integrator companies presenting on their needs and many are in attendance to learn how they can use these new technologies to address their challenges.
The event assesses the merit of the following technologies from world leading companies and research institutes:
- Energy harvesting technologies, including thermoelectric, piezoelectric, photovoltaic, electromagnetic, wireless power transfer and multi modal versions
- Thin film batteries and supercapacitors
- New manufacturing techniques
- Ultra low power electronics and power management
- Wireless sensor technologies including Internet of Things, RFID, RTLS and WSN at different protocols
This year's event is co-located with Internet of Things Applications Europe, Printed Electronics Europe and Supercapacitors Europe - enabling you to meet and interact with colleagues in other exciting technologies and allow you to gain the most from your attendance, with more than 170 exhibiting companies.
World first announcements
Hear from leading global organisations with new announcements.
The co-located tradeshow runs alongside the conference tracks and takes place on 27 & 28 April It will showcase over 170 exhibiting companies from around the world.
Have your questions answered by industry experts in interactive consultancy-style sessions which will bring you up to date with the topics.
Energy Harvesting in Action
Attendees can access all the conference track and co-located tradeshow.
Berlin is one of the most important technology hubs in Europe and we are delighted to be able to offer company visits to some leading companies in this region.
As part of the tradeshow area, we will be showcasing working demonstrations of "Energy Harvesting in Action". A great chance to get involved with the technology.
Who should attend?
|System integrators||Consumer electronics companies||Wireless sensor/RFID suppliers|
|Building developers/specifiers||Technology buyers||Low power silicon providers|
|Transportation technology buyers||Investors||Automation solution providers|
Feedback from past attendees:
Good balance of technical information to actual examples of companies/products
It was a great event. I enjoyed the exhibition. Very cool, very cutting edge stuff.
I found it outstanding in term of organisation and quality of the topics.
I found the conference very interesting!
NEC Europe Ltd
The conference and tradeshow was really interesting and we had a lot of interest for our technology.
We had a very positive response and identified some interesting opportunities.
G24 Power Ltd
I thought the Berlin event was thoroughly worthwhile, learnt a great deal and would hope to do more.
Founder, Joulefusion Limited
The conference was a great one for Anagear. We have picked up numerous new leads and we have established some new contacts for potential partnerships.
There was a great mix of papers, which kept the whole event fresh.