KCF Technologies Inc

KCF Technologies Inc

KCF Technologies enables a smarter, sustainably powered Internet of Things. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in State College, Pennsylvania, KCF Technologies is a dynamic technology development company that remains founder and employee-owned. We bring practical, innovative applications of low power wireless sensors, energy harvesters, and smart materials to our customers and partners. By leveraging internal and government funded R&D, university collaboration, and strategic industry partnerships, we create solutions that are rapidly advancing the state of the art in smart systems. We have a proven record of creating value from research; delivering a commercial outcome from all of our funded research programs.
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28 Oct 2022

Li-ion Battery Market 2023-2033: Technologies, Players, Applications, Outlooks and Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Dr Alex Holland
7 Nov 2012

Installations of Harvester-powered and Low-power Wireless Accelerometers in Industrial Environments for Predictive Maintenance

KCF Technologies, United States
10 Feb 2012

Energy harvesting for wireless sensors:1.6 million units 2011

In 2011 the market for energy harvesters reached US$700 million, with the majority of the value going into consumer electronic applications, where energy harvesters have been used for some time.
10 Nov 2011

Interview with KCF Technologies

As only one week remains before IDTechEx's Energy Harvesting and Storage conference and exhibition in Boston, MA, technology analyst Dr Harry Zervos interviewed KCF Technologies, a company who will be announcing the launch of their newest product offering at the event: The Smart Diagnostics Solution Suite, a family of energy harvesting powered wireless sensors.
3 Nov 2011

Energy harvesting in action

Less than two weeks remain until the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting & Storage conference and exhibition and already exhibitors are prepared to demonstrate their capabilities and technology advances, and not just on paper.
30 Aug 2011

Energy harvesting for submarine wireless sensors

KCF Technologies has been awarded Phase II of a Small Business Innovation Research project to tap waste electromagnetic energy on the U.S. Navy's most modern class of nuclear-powered fast attack submarines and "harvest" it instead to perform other crucial functions on these state-of-the-art ships.
29 Dec 2009

Funds to develop self-powered prosthetic limb technology

Representative Glenn Thompson, R-Howard, announced the Department of Defense Appropriations measure includes $2 million in Research, Test, Development, and Evaluation funds for KCF Technologies to further develop and commercialize self-powered prosthetic limb technology.
14 Jan 2009

Paybacks from energy harvesting

This article shares some of the research carried out for the new IDTechEx report "Energy Harvesting and Storage for Electronic Devices 2009-2019".