O-Flexx Technologies GmbH

O-Flexx Technologies GmbH

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Germany
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O-Flexx Technologies GmbH is a highly innovative German company developing and producing thermoelectric (TE) systems for power generation, energy harvesting and thermal management. One core element is an all new and worldwide patented TE thin film technology providing a new level of durability, efficiency, light weight and simplified system integration while leveraging all advantages of a fully automated production process.
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2016
17 Nov 2016

Endless Power Supply For IoT Through Durable And Reliable Thin-Film Thermoelectric Energy Harvesters

O-Flexx Technologies GmbH, Germany
27 Apr 2016

Powering IoT With Durable And Reliable Energy Harvester Systems Based On Thin-Film Thermoelectrics

O-Flexx Technologies GmbH, Germany
3 Mar 2016

Energy harvesting, steady growth, sensible increase in opportunities

2015 has been a year to report very disparate progress in advancing different energy harvesting technologies: advances in thermoelectrics, new and higher power output photovoltaics, capacitive harvesting as well as steady development of markets for electrodynamics along with new applications have created an array of devices serving a diverse number of industries; with applications for wireless sensors, switches and actuators all the way to high power industrial waste heat and vibration harvesting, the technology landscape is developing at a steady pace, with many interesting applications being realized.
2014
13 Mar 2014

Thermoelectric generators: Vehicles, Wireless Sensors, Industrial Apps

The worldwide interest in waste heat recovery continues to grow, with a wide range of applications ranging from small harvesters integrated into wireless sensor networks all the way to larger harvesters such as the ones that can potentially be integrated into cars.
2010
20 May 2010

O-Flexx Technologies gets € 6.7 million in funding

O-Flexx Technologies, based in Germany, develops and manufactures thermo-electric elements which enable the economic use of both low and high grade waste heat in a broad variety of applications.