Nokia Solar Charging Pilot (Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2012)

Mr Matti Naskali, Technology Manager
Nokia Japan
Japan
 
May 15, 2012.

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Presentation Summary

  • There's no lack of available solar energy data for permanent installation, but we don't know how much of that energy could be collected in various different mobile use cases.
  • That's why we provided few users from Equator to Arctic with solar-powered devices that included a recorder like an airplane's black box, to log the availability of solar energy in real life.
  • The mission of " Nokia Solar Charging Pilot" was to try and answer fundamental questions about how viable and easy it is to charge mobile phones by solely using solar power.
  • It was organize in a way that while we collected the data and learned the experiences were shared on the go and people were able to comment and share their experiences.

Speaker Biography (Matti Naskali)

Matti Naskali, B.Sc. telecommunications, long time innovator in mobile energy and power. Born 1958 in Nokia, Finland. Residence in Japan since 2000. With Nokia since 1983 in R&D, research and technology activities, batteries, chargers, and new energy sources, technology and business innovation.

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