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26 Mar 2015
Harnessing electromagnetic radiation
A device that works by harnessing electromagnetic radiation from different sources and then reusing it to energize low-power circuits.
26 Mar 2015
GreenPeak launches smart PIR sensor for smart home applications
GreenPeak Technologies has announced a new addition to its Smart Home portfolio with the launch of a reference design for a low cost Passive Infra-Red sensor with outstanding performance.
25 Mar 2015
Engineer inspired by human brain to develop wearable micro-sensors
Taking a cue from nature to devise the next generation of integrated low-power, wearable micro-devices.
24 Mar 2015
UK start-up powers rural villages in South Africa
Samsung and Pavegen collaborated to give shoppers in Sandton City shopping mall a positive take on renewable energy, as part of Samsung's 'What If I Can' campaign.
23 Mar 2015
The 2015 market for solar PV in four questions
Miss Paula Mints, chief market research analyst with SPV Research, summarized some of the most important points relating to the market for solar PV in a Q&A session with IDTechEx principal analyst Dr Harry Zervos.
20 Mar 2015
Substrate computing harvests energy from the structure itself
Researchers are developing a new technology known as substrate computing. This will allow sensing, communication and diagnostic computing, all within the substrate - the building material - of a structure, using energy harvested from the structure itself.
18 Mar 2015
A better method for making perovskite solar cells
Research has revealed a new way to make light-absorbing perovskite films for use in solar cells.
17 Mar 2015
EU-funded project investigates energy harvesting
Energy harvesting systems that are developed within the Smart-MEMPHIS project will have many applications ranging from implantable pacemakers to aircrafts.
17 Mar 2015
Wearable sensors: enabling a $70bn wearable technology market by 2025
There will be over 3 billion sensors in wearable technology devices by 2025, with more than 30% being emerging sensor types.
16 Mar 2015
Solar Shirt: the phone charger you wear
Created in collaboration by Holst Centre, TNO and fashion designer Pauline van Dongen, the Solar Shirt brings the worlds of high tech and high-street fashion together.