Embedded Sensor Networks for Smart Utilities, Sports Medicine, and Interactive Media (Energy Harvesting & Storage USA 2010)


Mark Feldmeier, Research Affiliate
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
United States
 
Nov 16, 2010.

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Presentation Summary

  • Low power sensor networks for smart lighting and HVAC
  • Ultralow power adaptable wireless sensors for supply chain monitoring
  • Embedded and wearable sensors for control of ubiquitous dynamic media
  • Zero power wearable sensors for computer-human interfaces
  • Wearable wireless sensors for sports medicine

Speaker Biography (Mark Feldmeier)

Mark holds a Ph.D. from M.I.T. in Media Arts and Sciences, where he worked on energy efficient systems at a wide range of scales. From micropower energy harvesters and analog circuit design to intelligent building control systems, his work has found applications in wireless sensor networks, where battery lifetimes are of great concern.

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