Supercapacitors for Battery-free Wireless Sensor Networks Deployed in Airliners (Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2013)


Prof Jean-Marie Dilhac,
LAAS-CNRS
France
 
Apr 18, 2013.

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Presentation Summary

  • Environmental energy capture and storage for battery-free wireless sensor networks
  • Electrochemical vs. electrostatic energy storage in the light of usage constraints and safety issues
  • Dimensioning supercapacitors according to various scenarios

Speaker Biography (Jean-Marie Dilhac)

Jean-Marie Dilhac is professor of electronics and telecommunications at Institut National des Sciences Appliquées in Toulouse (France). He is also leading a team working on energy and embedded systems at LAAS-CNRS laboratory. His own interest focuses on energy generation for wireless and battery-free sensor networks in aeronautics. He is involved in various collaborations with major aircraft manufacturers and universities sharing similar objectives, such as applying sensor networks to structural health monitoring or flight tests.

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