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Wafer-thin material heralds future of wearable technology

Wafer-thin material heralds future of wearable technology

Jul 31, 2015 Australia
Researchers have successfully pioneered a way to construct a flexible, foldable and lightweight energy storage device that provides the building blocks for next-generation batteries needed to power wearable electronics and implantable medical devices.
A wi-fi reflector chip to speed up wearables

A wi-fi reflector chip to speed up wearables

Jul 31, 2015 United States
If the power necessary to transmit and receive information from a wearable to a computer, cellular or Wi-Fi network were reduced, you could get a lot more mileage out of the technology you're wearing before having to recharge it.
Vacuum Manufacturing Solutions Enabling the IoT World

Vacuum Manufacturing Solutions Enabling the IoT World

Jul 30, 2015
Video interview with ULVAC at Internet of Things Applications Europe.
Changing the color of light

Changing the color of light

Jul 30, 2015 United States
Researchers have received a $1 million grant to explore a new idea that could improve solar cells, medical imaging and even cancer treatments. Simply put, they want to change the color of light.
Launch your innovation for free at Energy Harvesting & Storage USA

Launch your innovation for free at Energy Harvesting & Storage USA

Jul 30, 2015 Worldwide, United States
Each week we come across brilliant new technologies from companies and research institutes and we want to help such enterprises showcase their products to the audiences of our events - which are typically the largest in the world on the topic.
Wave generator supplies grid power in Hawaii

Wave generator supplies grid power in Hawaii

Jul 29, 2015 United States
Northwest Energy Innovations, LLC has developed the Azura™ wave power generation technology for converting the endless supply of ocean waves into electricity to meet the rapidly growing global demand for renewable energy.
IP500 Alliance: Communication Platform for Smart Sensing Devices

IP500 Alliance: Communication Platform for Smart Sensing Devices

Jul 29, 2015
Video interview with IP500 Alliance at Internet of Things Applications Europe.
Kitemill Airborne Wind Energy advances

Kitemill Airborne Wind Energy advances

Jul 28, 2015 Worldwide
Airborne wind energy (AWE) systems harness the stronger winds above the biggest wind turbines on earth. They use a small fraction of the materials and are quieter and more easily moved and commissioned so they have great potential for both off and on-grid use.
Faster more efficient system to produce graphene for energy storage

Faster more efficient system to produce graphene for energy storage

Jul 28, 2015 Israel
Researchers have developed a new process to develop few-layer graphene for use in energy storage and other material applications that is faster, potentially scalable and surmounts some of the current graphene production limitations.
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Electric buses: billion dollar orders and crucibles of change

Electric buses: billion dollar orders and crucibles of change

Jul 27, 2015 Worldwide
China alone may have 11 million electric buses by 2025 or not long after. The way they are getting costs down - something tracked by IDTechEx - that may be at a much lower price than today but still constitute about $1 trillion or more. Compare that over a decade or more with the IDTechEx projections of all global EV sales, land, water and air, in 2025 of around $500 billion. Buses matter.
Semi-transparent low cost material to harvest wind energy

Semi-transparent low cost material to harvest wind energy

Jul 27, 2015 South Africa, United Kingdom
Moya Power is a semi-transparent low cost material that could be used to harvest small amounts of wind energy in a range of locations.
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