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Tuesday, 03 Nov 2009
| ||Military and Systems|
|09:10||SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego|
|09:35||Robert Bosch LLC|
|10:25||Coffee & Networking Break|
|14:10||HCA - Hospital Corporation of America|
|17:00||Day 1, Track 1 Ends|
Wednesday, 04 Nov 2009
| ||WSN & RTLS|
|09:00||GE Global Research|
|10:40||Coffee & Networking Break|
Wednesday November 04, 2009
Ultra Low Power Electronics (12:35 - 14:20)12:35 - 13:00 "Anatomy of Next-Generation Self-Power Embedded Systems"
- An overview of the functional blocks needed to implement a modern self-powered system that include the harvester options, central power management unit, ultra-low power processor and telemetry will be described in details as well as demonstrated.
- A specific breakdown on the management of system level micro-power power, where it comes from, storage and how it is consumed is broken down from a system perspective.
- A final discussion on component level integration opportunities and cost optimization will be opened up with emphasis on achieving a real-world application.
14:20 - 14:45 "Wireless Sensing with the World's Lowest Power Microprocessor"
- This presentation will cover the development of the world's lowest power microprocessor at the University of Michigan as well as on-going efforts to bring this microprocessor to the market.
- Additionally, it will be shown how this microprocessor technology, in combination with energy harvesting and cutting edge battery technologies, can be used to create ultra-compact wireless sensors with multi-year lifetimes.
- Finally, the use of these ultra-compact wireless sensors in several specific applications will be discussed in detail.
14:45 - 15:10 "Integrating Printed Electronic Technologies to Create Self-Powered and Energy Harvesting Display Systems"
- Advancements in NanoChromics(TM) technologies enable fully printed, self-powered displays and systems.
- Combining printed electronics technologies to enable energy harvesting display systems
- Self powered and energy harvesting display systems will have broad applicability in a wide range of products