Mildew Watch Dog - A Passive Wireless Sensor Solution Ensuring a Healthy , CO2-Compliant Home (Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2010)

Dr Andreas Schaller, CEO
PriMeBits Project, Germany
Germany
 
2010 5월26일.

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Presentation Summary

  • One of the EU Project PriMeBits targeted low cost , full passive, wireless sensor products .
  • Contains a standard silicon chip plus a printed antenna/ sensor/ memory element all packed into a single label.
  • Allows Insurance Companies to detect Mildew without removing walls or roof elements.

Speaker Biography (Andreas Schaller)

Dr. Andreas Schaller founded ASC- Technology Consulting in 2009, to support the European businesses getting active in the Internet of Things. Currently the company is consulting several EU projects in their application and product development activities.
 
Previously Andreas Schaller was working for Motorola Labs, Germany, managing the Motorola Labs research area 'Short Range RF Communications' in Europe. He has a Six Sigma Black Belt and holds several patents. Andreas Schaller received a PhD Degree in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany.
 
 

Company Profile (PriMeBits)

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The PriMeBits project is being coordinated by the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland.
 
In the PriMeBits project, a printable electric low-voltage nonvolatile memory is developed for printed sensor, media and wireless-ID applications. The main strategy is to utilize printed technology where it has a competitive advantage compared to silicon technology. The project builds on basic research of new materials and components and takes the results into prototyping of new applications. To reduce the research risk, two different technologies for the memory functionality are considered with partially overlapping application areas. Project focuses on inorganic metaloxide nanoparticle-based ferroelectric FRAM memory and a resistive metallic-based write-once-read-many (WORM) memory.
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