EnOcean

EnOcean

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EnOcean GmbH is the originator of patented energy harvesting wireless technology. Headquartered near Munich, the company manufactures and markets energy harvesting wireless modules for use in building and industrial applications as well as in further application fields such as smart home, smart metering, logistics or transport. EnOcean technology combines miniaturized energy converters with ultra-low-power electronics and robust RF communication. Self-powered wireless technology from EnOcean has been successfully deployed in more than 250,000 buildings worldwide.
 
All products are based on the international standard ISO/IEC 14543-3-10, which is optimized for wireless solutions with ultra-low power consumption and energy harvesting.
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2021
13 Jul 2021

EnOcean GmbH

EnOcean GmbH wireless systems use electrodynamic and photovoltaic harvesting for power without batteries, occasionally adding thermoelectric when needed.
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2020
2 Jul 2020

Flexible, Printed and Thin Film Batteries 2020-2030: Technologies, Markets and Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Xiaoxi He
7 May 2020

Self-Charging Everything: Battle for the High Ground

When some full-function, always-on smartwatches are able to self-charge, the others will look like the horse-drawn cart. When Internet of Things nodes are self-charging at the right size and price, the market for them will increase one thousand times.
5 Mar 2020

Internet of Things: Lessons from EAS and RFID

Anti-theft tags (Electronic Article Surveillance) and Radio Frequency Identification RFID have much in common with the newer concept.
27 Feb 2020

Very Slow is Better: Mesh Networks, IOT to Drones

In engineering and science, the race for faster is well known. It spans from 5G streaming videos in seconds to Hyperloop and space tourism. However, if we are to have the envisaged tens of billions of Internet of Things nodes deployed, they must cost under two cents each and work on a whisper of electricity. No. We must go even further in redefining the problem.
17 Feb 2020

High power thermoelectric energy harvesting starts to look good

In energy harvesting in general, there is 100 times the market potential in high power rather than low power. In this article IDTechEx explores this opportunity.
2018
13 Jul 2018

Electronic paper display powered by energy harvesting

An electronic paper display powered by energy harvesting technology can be used to provide a display on batteryless Internet of Things devices.
29 Jan 2018

Emerging Technology at CES 2018

IDTechEx has attended CES 2018. This article will show the highlights in various emerging technologies.
25 Jan 2018

EnOcean

EnOcean is focusing on energy harvesting solutions for a long time.
11 Jan 2018

Eliminating Batteries in Desalination Plants, Cellphones and IOT

IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop, explores the importance of eliminating batteries, with other energy harvesting techniques being increasingly more viable.
2017
30 Nov 2017

Low power electronics and electrics without batteries

The new IDTechEx Research report, Battery Elimination in Electronics and Electrical Engineering 2018-2028 notes that billions of wireless electronic and electrical products consuming microwatts to milliwatts or more operate without batteries or even capacitors to store energy.
22 Sep 2017

Mobile electrics at watts to kilowatts without batteries

Battery elimination, indeed elimination of all energy storage, is moving to even higher power, from electronics to electrical engineering.
19 Sep 2017

Murata View of Supercapacitors

This article covers IDTechEx's annual visit to Murata in Kyoto.
11 Sep 2017

Mobile electrics at watts to kilowatts without batteries

Battery elimination, indeed elimination of all energy storage, is moving to even higher power, from electronics to electrical engineering
4 Sep 2017

Thermoelectrics: Doors Close; Doors Open

This article covers the challenges companies involved in thermoelectric energy harvesting have faced and possible areas of development in the future.
22 Aug 2017

Thermoelectric Harvesting in 2017: Still Awaiting a Breakthrough

This article works through the issues facing the development of thermoelectric harvesting, including high power, modular thermoelectric technology and turnkey thermoelectric generators.
3 Aug 2017

Towards perpetual equipment by avoiding batteries

Eliminating batteries is key says IDTechEx Research in the new report Battery Elimination in Electronics and Electrical Engineering 2018-2028. They have serious limitations of cost, weight, space, toxicity, flammability, explosions, energy density, power density, leakage current, reliability, maintenance and/ or life.
26 Jun 2017

From automated to cognitive: A brief history of building automation

Cognitive buildings is not just the latest buzzword, it feels like a most natural evolution of what we think of today as a move towards smarter buildings.
10 May 2017

Self-Powered Wireless IoT Nodes And Beacons For Bluetooth Networks

Enocean GmbH, Germany
3 Apr 2017

A world without batteries

Can we do the unthinkable and abandon batteries?