Holst Centre/IMEC

Holst Centre/IMEC

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Netherlands
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Holst Centre is an independent R&D center that develops technologies for wireless autonomous sensor technologies and flexible electronics, in an open innovation setting and in dedicated research trajectories. A key feature of Holst Centre is its partnership model with industry and academia based around roadmaps and programs. It is this kind of cross-fertilization that enables Holst Centre to tune its scientific strategy to industrial needs.
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2015
25 Jun 2015

Smart t-shirt is an electrocardiogram

The smart t-shirt measures a highly accurate electrocardiogram (ECG), recognizes activity and calculates energy expenditure in an unobtrusive way.
2014
24 Jul 2014

Compact vibration harvester power supply with highest efficiency

OMRON and Holst Centre/imec have unveiled a prototype of an extremely compact vibrational energy harvesting DC power supply with worlds' highest efficiency.
2011
29 Jun 2011

Energy Harvesting for an 'Intelligent' Tyre

Holst Centre/IMEC-NL, Netherlands
22 Jun 2011

Energy Harvesting for an 'Intelligent' Tire

Holst Centre/IMEC-NL, Netherlands
12 May 2011

Intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles

Two forthcoming events in Germany reflect the intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles. Energy Harvesting Europe 21-22 June covers many forms of harvesting for other applications as well and drills into the technology, investment and other aspects of harvesting in general. On the other hand Electric Vehicles Land Sea Air in Stuttgart 28-29 June is entirely vehicle oriented.
21 Apr 2011

Intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles

Two forthcoming events in Germany reflect the intense interest in energy harvesting for electric vehicles.
2010
27 May 2010

Opportunities and Challenges of MEMS based Energy Harvesters

IMEC/Holst Centre, Netherlands
2009
3 Nov 2009

Ultra Low Power Wireless Autonomous Sensor Systems: How to Successfully Integrate Energy Harvesting, Battery and Sensor.

IMEC/Holst Centre, Netherlands
4 Jun 2009

Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe, Cambridge, UK

Now in its second day, the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and Storage conference in Cambridge, UK, has 150 attendees discovering the latest in harvesting and storage technologies and the applications that drive such innovation.
3 Jun 2009

Overview and challenges for energy harvesters using micro-system technology

Holst Centre/IMEC, Netherlands