Battery Longevity Extension By Charging Algorithm To Reduce IOT Cost Of Ownership
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Great America J
12:40 - 13:00
IOT devices expect Li-ion battery to have a long cycle life (longevity) such as several years because they may be used in areas where battery replacement is not easy. However general Li-ion battery needs replacement around every two years. This is because battery is degraded by several reasons such as charge level, voltage and temperature. This session talks about a method to extend battery cycle life through battery charging algorithm. This software/firmware solution is expected to reduce the cost of ownership as it enables less battery replacement. Developers and users of IOT devices will benefit from this algorithm in the area of Point-Of-Sale system, Environmental sensing system, Robots, Autonomous Driving, etc...
Speaker Biography (Naoki Matsumura)
Naoki Matsumura is a senior battery technologist at Intel Corporation, responsible for technical assessment of new battery technologies, charging algorithms and battery sourcing for consumer electronics, drones and Internet of Things. Prior to that, Naoki held battery research/development roles at Panasonic. Naoki earned his MS in Energy Science from Kyoto University and holds 5 patents.
Company Profile (Intel Corporation)
Intel is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world's computing devices. We are continuing that commitment by providing the foundation technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT) and enabling innovation in new industries. Through collaboration with the industry, we are helping billions of devices securely talk to each other and share valuable information, to generate new services, improve productivity and efficiency, and speed time to market. Through our unique combination of integrated hardware, software, and services, Intel is helping turn data into action, accelerating the realization of cleaner cities, personalized healthcare, more responsive homes, and smarter factories. Learn more about how Intel enables IoT at www.intel.com/iot