New Wearable Technology (WT) and Internet of Everything (IoE) devices are bursting on the scene, and are ultra-low power, smart, wireless and highly integrated miniature systems. Powering these small devices is a significant challenge. Batteries are bulky, toxic and problematic to change out. This webinar provides design details for new life-of-product powering solutions.
To provide power for WT and IoE devices, energy harvesting and wireless charging technologies and products have been introduced that are powering cost-effective sensors, wearables, implantables and controls. The key commercial challenge for rechargeable micro -powered systems is to be cost effective compared to legacy power solutions, such as line power or primary batteries.
This webinar presents the technical details of new innovative technologies that are driving successful commercialization in the areas of: energy-harvesting transducers, energy conversion, energy storage, power management, ultra-low power microcontrollers, sensors and wireless solutions. Reference designs will be provided as well the opportunity to register for complimentary evaluation kits.
- Understand wearable tech and Internet of Everything market requirements, economics and key technology drivers.
- Learn about energy harvesting power options using the latest advancements in energy harvesting transducers.
- Learn how to design minimal-footprint, high-efficiency circuits for energy conversion, energy storage and system power management.
- Discover new ultralow-power sensor devices and control mechanisms.
- Explore sub-microamp microcontroller and wireless transceivers, protocols, and network architectures.
- See real-world examples of innovative power solutions for wearable technology and Internet of Everything devices.
Steve Grady is responsible for all strategic messaging, product roadmap, CRM, e-initiatives, collateral and lead generation at Cymbet. He has global experience in technical marketing, sales, business development, product management, engineering, and general management in the networking, hardware, semiconductor and software industries. Mr. Grady has been involved with both startups and in large company environments with international operations. Prior to joining Cymbet, Mr. Grady held senior management and technical positions at ADC, Marconi, TimeSys, Reltec and AT&T Bell Labs. He holds BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana.