Mr Brendan Daly, System Applications Engineer
Analog Devices & SolarPrint
Mr Roy Horgan, Business Development Director
Nov 20, 2013.
Analog Devices & SolarPrint (Mr Brendan Daly & Mr Roy Horgan) - Presentation*
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Speaker Biography (Brendan Daly)
Brendan Daly is a system applications engineer with Analog Devices. His focus areas include Smart Buildings, Wireless Sensor Networks, Energy Harvesting, Sensor Technology and LED Lighting. In the past, he has worked extensively in the areas of RF and Power Management. He is based in Cork, Ireland.
Speaker Biography (Roy Horgan)
Business Development Director and Co Founder of SolarPrint Limited. Mr. Horgan brings over 10 years experience in portfolio management, product marketing and business development to the team. Prior to SolarPrint he worked for over 7 years in banking where he management and invested with a portfolio of over €2bn of assets located throughout Ireland, Europe and North America. As Business Development Director, he is responsible for the commercial development of the company. Mr. Horgan holds a B.Sc. in business and finance and a Dipl. in Stockbroking
Company Profile (Analog Devices)
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Innovation, performance, and excellence are the cultural pillars on which Analog Devices has built one of the longest standing, highest growth companies within the technology sector. Acknowledged industry-wide as the world leader in data conversion and signal conditioning technology, Analog Devices serves over 60,000 customers, representing virtually all types of electronic equipment. Analog Devices is headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts, with design and manufacturing facilities throughout the world. Analog Devices is included in the S&P 500 Index.
Company Profile (SolarPrint Ltd)
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SolarPrint, founded in 2008 based in Dublin, Ireland. The company develops dye sensitised solar cells (DSSC), a third-generation printable solar cell technology.
Light energy harvesting technologies, where energy is derived from external sources such as ambient or diffused light and then captured and stored, are an increasingly common focus for energy efficiency management systems. However, the capabilities of current solar solutions used within wireless sensors have peaked.
SolarPrint's technology supports higher functionality to enable the ability to scale more power-hungry wireless solutions than possible with other solutions. When it is integrated into wireless sensors for energy harvesting purposes in buildings, DSSC provides significant cost savings by eliminating wired networks and the need to replace or lengthen the life of batteries.