Key speakers will discuss their energy harvesting needs
Mar 20, 2014
Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2014, 1-2 April, Berlin.
Delegates from 23 countries will converge in Berlin on 1-2 April at Energy Harvesting & Storage - Europe's leading event on the topic. The event features end users across multiple verticals presenting and attending to discuss their key energy harvesting needs.
The conference and tradeshow looks at the diverse range of technologies - both within energy harvesting but also related technologies, such as Wearable Technology, Smart Glass, the Internet of Things, Wireless Sensor Networks, Energy Storage and Supercapacitors. This reflects the broad opportunities of the technology, and saves attendees time and money by bringing together these value chains in one location.
Over 80 speakers, from small to large organisations, will help attendees dissect the latest technology and commercial opportunities. For the full agenda, see www.EnergyHarvestingEurope.com/Agenda.
Attendees can expect to see more "Energy Harvesting in Action" on the tradeshow floor as exhibitors demonstrate their product offerings and technology developments at their booths.
15% Attendee Discount - Ends Friday 21 March - www.EnergyHarvestingEurope.com/Register.
Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, reports, "This event is the largest Energy Harvesting conference in Europe with a significant co-location with our Internet of Things event. There is a paradigm shift in technology deployment that will be shown by the range of energy harvesting technologies discussed at the conference. New announcements will be made while the event has been designed around the interests and needs of adopters of the technology, reflecting the high attendance from the end user verticals."
Feedback from our 2013 shows include comments such as:
"..I thought the conference was a great success, I feel as though we will greatly benefit from the leads." LEDdynamics, USA
"I enjoyed the conference a lot. It was a great event!" Robert Bosch, Germany
"We are on the verge of a massive revolution in data gathering and device connectivity. Big data starts with small sensors and many of these devices need to be self-powered. Our technology has a small, lightweight and flexible form factor and its substantial power output under a wide variety of lighting conditions opens up new use cases for solar. We are honored to be recognized by IDTechEx as a leader among energy harvesting technologies." Alta Devices, Award Winner 2013
We hope you can join us in Berlin!