University of Exeter

University of Exeter

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The Energy Harvesting Research Group at the top 10 University of Exeter in the UK combines cutting edge academic research with a firm focus on needs of industry. We offer a fully integrated system approach to develop wearable and vibrational energy harvesting powered wireless sensing systems for a wide range of real world applications, including automotive, aerospace, transport, healthcare, military and defence, and other industrial sectors.
 
We have internationally leading expertise and extensive experience in novel energy harvesting methods, energy efficient and adaptive power management, energy-aware wireless sensing, and their design and modelling, implementation and integration, and characterisation and applications of energy harvesting powered wireless sensing systems.
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2019
3 Oct

Inyanga Tech realises HydroWing Proof of Concept

HydroWing is based on a full-systems approach, targeted at subsea tidal energy arrays by addressing fundamental issues that have delayed the industrialisation of the sector. The full systems approach integrates Installation, Operations and Maintenance at the core of the design in order to reduce operating costs.
4 Jun

Electronic Skin Patches 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: James Hayward and Dr Nadia Tsao
10 May

Robopets benefit health and wellbeing of elderly

Robotic pets that respond to human interaction can benefit the health and wellbeing of older people living in care homes, a study has found.
2 May

Graphene, 2D Materials and Carbon Nanotubes: Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh
14 Feb

Transparent Conductive Films and Materials 2019-2029: Forecasts, Technologies, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh and Raghu Das
2018
10 Dec

Graphene unlocks new potential for 'smart textiles'

The quest to create affordable, durable and mass-produced 'smart textiles' has been given fresh impetus through the use of the wonder material Graphene.
9 Jul

Electronic wool to take wearable tech from catwalk to your wardrobe

Engineers are threading circuitry into clothes to create comfortable devices that could make electronic fashion the future of the textiles industry.
17 Apr

Smart Glass and Windows 2018-2028: Electronic Shading and Semi-Transparent PV

IDTechEx Report: Luke Gear and Franco Gonzalez
2017
24 Nov

Off Grid Electric Vehicle Charging: Zero Emission 2018-2038

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop
17 Nov

Self-Powering Smart Cities 2018-2028

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop, Dr Xiaoxi He and Franco Gonzalez
13 Sep

Wearable Sensors 2018-2028: Technologies, Markets & Players

IDTechEx Report: James Hayward
23 Aug

Buildings to generate their own power with innovative glass blocks

Buildings could soon be able to convert the sun's energy into electricity without the need for solar panels, thanks to innovative new technology.
11 May

Energy Harvesting Powered Wireless Sensor Systems That Have Become Reality At Exeter

University of Exeter, United Kingdom
5 Apr

New ultrafast flexible and transparent memory devices

An innovative new technique to produce the quickest, smallest, highest-capacity memories for flexible and transparent applications could pave the way for a future golden age of electronics.
2016
16 Dec

Ground-breaking production method to accelerate graphene revolution

An innovative new cheap and simple mass production technique, developed by the University of Exeter, is set to open up the global potential of the 'wonder' material graphene.
28 Jun

Bright new future for flexible lighting devices

Researchers have pioneered an innovative new technique to make flexible screens more effective and efficient.
2015
4 Aug

Butterflies heat up the field of solar research

The humble butterfly could hold the key to unlocking new techniques to make solar energy cheaper and more efficient, pioneering new research has shown.
1 Jul

Breakthrough graphene production, revolution in artificial skin

A pioneering new technique to produce high-quality, low cost graphene could pave the way for the development of the first truly flexible 'electronic skin', that could be used in robots.
12 May

Graphene holds key to unlocking creation of wearable electronics

Scientists have pioneered a new technique to embed transparent, flexible graphene electrodes into fibres commonly associated with the textile industry.
29 Apr

FeCl3-Intercalated Few-Layer Graphene: Opto-Electronics Properties and Applications

University of Exeter, United Kingdom