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December 3, 2019  4:54 PM

Battery-free smart home adoption? It’s possible

Srinivas Pattamatta Profile: Srinivas Pattamatta
battery life, Bluetooth, Internet of Things, iot, IoT connectivity, IoT device, IoT wireless, smart home

The time of the smart home is now. A staggering 1.15 billion annual shipments of Bluetooth smart home devices are expected by 2023 with connected home devices exceeding home automation by a ratio of three-to-one, according to a 2019 Bluetooth

November 15, 2019  2:44 PM

3 ways long-range wireless power will define the future of public restrooms

Yuval Boger Profile: Yuval Boger
battery life, Internet of Things, iot, IoT development, IoT hardware, IoT use cases, LoRA, Sustainability IoT

It's hard to think of public restrooms -- those at airports, hospitals, sports venues and casinos -- as hubs of IoT innovation. But that's exactly what they are. Significant innovation in public restrooms started several years ago with the introduction of


September 13, 2019  1:17 PM

Bringing a forever battery to life in IoT

Srinivas Pattamatta Profile: Srinivas Pattamatta
battery life, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT wireless

When Wi-Fi was first released, it was difficult to imagine that it would become such an important wireless communication tool currently connecting billions of devices and counting. Wireless technology has freed electronic devices from Ethernet cables, but finding a solution to eliminate power cords...


February 28, 2019  4:25 PM

Overcome power budget limitations to achieve breakthrough IoT systems

Ori Mor Profile: Ori Mor
battery, battery charging, battery life, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, IoT power, IoT software, IoT wireless, powering IoT, Wired, Wireless, wireless power

Companies are constantly striving to introduce new and unique connected devices to market, and there has been a great deal of innovation aimed at the home and business that transform the way we live. Home security, for example, has been an emphasis for IoT ecosystem development and has already had...


August 7, 2018  4:36 PM

Deeper than deep sleep: Creating a zero-load microcontroller standby

Jeremy S. Cook Profile: Jeremy S. Cook
battery, battery life, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, Microcontroller, Standby

Putting a microcontroller into sleep mode can help reduce the amount of power it consumes, saving energy and preserving battery life. However, even in a standby state, the microcontroller still siphons off some...


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