Author: Charbax

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Lionrock Flexible batteries in watch strap

Posted by Charbax – July 3, 2020

Lionrock Batteries Ltd http://lionrockbatteries.com is developing and manufacturing flexible rechargeable battery technologies to address the rapidly growing and evolving needs for energy storage in new wearables, medical devices and other consumer IoT devices. Interviewed at the IDTechEx Show! Europe

7layers #STPartnerProgram

Posted by Charbax – July 3, 2020

ST Booth Tour at MWC

Posted by Charbax – July 2, 2020

Virtual tour at ST Microelectronics MWC 2018 booth, checking out Smart Home demo using BlueCoin board and chats with Alexa and sees how motion and voice sensors can be used to automate your home. Also sees MEMS Micro-Actuators demonstrating ST's PETRA technology which is tipped to revolutionize headphones. Other demos include a water proof pressure sensor, touch sensors that can be used even with gloves, an NFC smart tile (ST25DV at http://bit.ly/ST25DV ) which can tell you whether your goods have been shaken, Deep convolution neural networks demonstration talking about artifical intelligence on microcontrollers and used on sensors as part of the IoT, super accurate Teseo GNSS ADAS sensor that works on all satellite constellations and more.

Cypherbridge #STPartnerProgram

Posted by Charbax – July 2, 2020

Smart floors & Sensor Technology with Joanneum Research

Posted by Charbax – July 1, 2020

PyzoFlex is an affordable, printable (by e.g. screen printing) sensor technology that can be implemented on an industrial scale. It allows the large-scale and accurate measurement of temperature and pressure changes as well as vibration monitoring in objects and their environment. In addition, there is know-how for the data processing and communication of the sensor signals (sensor-specific electronics) as well as customer or application-specific interpretation of the sensor signals (software or intelligence), thus resulting in devices for different applications Wherever pressure / temperature changes, vibrations or shock waves occur, piezoelectric and pyroelectric generators can be used to convert mechanical deformation (changes in thickness) and temperature differences into electrical energy. Ferroelectric polymers belonging to the PVDF-Class (polyvinylidene fluoride) are used as a basic material due to the fact that they exhibit strong piezoelectric and pyroelectric activity after a poling procedure. These materials are also extremely stable, UV and weather resistant, flame-retardant and have a high chemical durability. Any mechanical deformation caused by contact, pressure or movement can also be used to generate electrical energy (piezoelectric energy harvesting). These sensors can easily be implemented or laminated in/onto different surfaces giving them an added value. The unique properties and robustness of this technology open up a host of entirely new possibilities and make it suitable for many different fields of application – as there are: IoT, smart living and smart city, automotive & smart mobility, smart wearables, cyber physical systems, strain gauges, and many more. Interviewed at the IDTechEx Show! Europe

IoTize #STPartnerProgram

Posted by Charbax – July 1, 2020

Prof Greg Whyte with James Hayward analyst at IDTechEx

Posted by Charbax – June 30, 2020

Professor Greg Whyte OBE interview with IDTechEx analyst James Hayward at the IDTechEx Show!

Pathpartner #STPartnerProgram

Posted by Charbax – June 30, 2020

Live Interview with Matterport 3D Capture, Virtual Tour

Posted by Charbax – June 30, 2020

Interview with Robin Daniels, CMO of http://Matterport.com 3D media platform to create, navigate, modify & share interactive 3D & virtual reality spaces, now works on iPhone soon Android scan any space into 3D & live it.

Würth Elektronik Energy Harvesting

Posted by Charbax – June 29, 2020

Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG is a manufacturer of electronic and electromechanical components for the electronics industry. Würth Elektronik eiSos is part of the Würth Group, the global market leader for fastener technology. The company employs currently 6,100 people and generated sales of 400 million Euro in 2014.