The global digital transformation requires more and more dataflow between the physical and digital worlds. This is leading to a countless number of small sensors and displays deployed indoors, many of which are powered by batteries. This is not sustainable, neither from an environmental perspective nor from a maintenance perspective. Luckily, disruptive technologies that solve this problem are already here and are conquering the market, pushing the battery industry out of connected applications.
It's time to move to the next generation of self-rechargeable devices and we are glad to demonstrate how to get there. After this webinar you will know how to use energy harvesting from ambient sources to make maintenance-free products - eliminating costly battery monitoring, replacement and disposal. The removal of a battery also provides more devise space, offering designers a chance to innovate and make devices smaller.
e-peas, Epishine and CAP-XX are three companies that are at the forefront of micro energy harvesting: e-peas working with power management; Epishine with indoor solar cells; and CAP-XX with ultra-thin, high energy density supercapacitors for energy storage.
We've put our advanced technologies together to give you a disruptive solution that will give you a competitive advantage and pleased clients.
- Learn how indoor lighting can create enough energy to replace batteries or substantially prolong battery life in IOT devices
- Discover how to size components, like supercapacitors, to deliver the needed power
- Realize the bottom-line impact of zero maintenance and sustainable energy harvesting technologies
Mattias Josephson starts and develops value-based companies with the conviction that the strongest companies of the future are those who in their DNA participate in creating a better world. He has been central in the construction of companies sold to Google and Motorola.
Jesper Nilsson has a master's degree in analog and digital electronics designs, with design experience in automotive, telecom, medical and consumer industries, and has long experience in electronic project management.
Joe Ward is an electrical engineer, who has been in sales management for many years. He has considerable experience with all types of electrical components, including ICs. He set up sales channels for e-peas in North and South America. He is excited to be a part of the fast-growing field of energy harvesting.
Sacha Maes works at e-peas as a field application engineer. She graduated as electronic engineer from Brussels University and has more than two years of experience in the industrial sector.