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Tuesday, 03 Nov 2009
| ||Military and Systems|
|09:35||Robert Bosch LLC|
|09:10||SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego|
|10:25||Coffee & Networking Break|
|14:10||HCA - Hospital Corporation of America|
|17:00||Day 1, Track 1 Ends|
Wednesday, 04 Nov 2009
| ||WSN & RTLS|
|10:40||Coffee & Networking Break|
|09:00||GE Global Research|
Tuesday November 03, 2009
Military and Systems (09:10 - 10:55)09:10 - 09:35 "Powering Wireless Sensors using a Kinetic Energy Harvester Designed for Extremely Low-Amplitude Vibration Environments"
- Background and need for kinetic energy harvesters that operate with less than 10 mg of input vibration.
- Design and optimization of novel electro-magnetic energy harvester for low amplitude environments
- Single device results of kinetic energy harvester and coupled results with wireless sensors powered exclusively using kinetic energy.
09:35 - 10:00 "Power Harvesting for Bosch Products"
- Bosch has a diverse portfolio of products in automotive, industrial, consumer, and household sectors that can benefit from power harvesting.
- Quantitative analysis of several application examples shows that mW-level power in a few cubic cm volume is required.
- We also discuss how cost and reliability requirements of specific applications place an additional constraint on power harvester design.
10:00 - 10:25 "Harvesting Energy within the Built Environment"
- Turning negatives into useful positives
- Harvesting footfall
- Harvesting environmental vibrations
- Additional benefits and markets
10:25 Coffee & Networking Break