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AdaptivEnergy designs, manufacturers and markets energy harvesting power solutions.
AdaptivEnergy's core products enable wireless sensing and asset tracking devices serving the Power Generation and Distribution (Smart Grid), Transportation, Industrial, Infrastructure, Building Automation, Aerospace, Medical, and Defense industries.
The Company provides power solutions and complete wireless sensor systems in collaboration with its industry partners. Headquartered in Hampton Roads, Virginia, AdaptivEnergy delivers its products through its worldwide technology, distribution, and manufacturing network.
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26 Mar 2010

Harvesting topics at sensor event

At Sensors Expo and Conference June 7-9 in Rosemont Illinois USA, the following topics will be covered in the energy harvesting stream.
5 Nov 2009

Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

This week the IDTechEx events Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) & RTLS took place in Denver, CO, USA. The event was attended by more than 290 attendees, with a brilliantly diverse spread of those through the value chain - from component suppliers to solution providers to many end users from different industries.
5 Nov 2009

AdaptivEnergy and GainSpan Announce Technology Development Partnership

Energy harvesting innovator AdaptivEnergy and GainSpan® Corporation, a leader in low power Wi-Fi semiconductor solutions, have entered into a technology development partnership to further speed the development of energy harvesting to power Wi-Fi wireless sensor networks.
3 Nov 2009

The Driving Force behind Energy Harvesting Power Solutions

AdaptivEnergy, United States
14 Sep 2009

Mechanical energy harvester

AdaptivEnergy has developed Joule-Thief™, an energy harvesting technology for use in environments containing both resonant, non-resonant, and impact-type ambient mechanical energy.
24 Jul 2009

Multiple energy harvesting

Jennic Ltd of Sheffield, UK, a manufacturer of innovative 32-bit wireless microcontrollers and modules, has announced a demonstration platform that successfully harvests thermal, solar, radio frequency (RF) and vibrational energy, to power wireless sensor networks based on the IEEE802.15.4 standard such as ZigBee PRO and 6LoWPAN.