NAWA TECHNOLOGIES’ ULTRACAPACITORS WILL REVOLUTIONISE THE COST, EFFICIENCY AND CAPABILITY OF IoT DEVICES
- The number of IoT devices in the world is predicted to grow from 25 billion to 80 billion by the end of the decade as connectivity plays an ever-increasing role in our lives
- But whether they are monitoring the temperature of food during transportation or oil rig drill pressure at the sea floor, they need to be efficiently and cost-effectively powered
- the current batteries are oversized, expensive, not adapted to a hard environment, they are the weak link in the IOT.
- By integrating its next-gen ultracapacitors, NAWA Technologies can reduce the overall size and weight of IoT devices by more than 60 per cent
- This integration can double or even triple the lifetime of a sensor – and greatly increase the frequency of data it can send in its life, making a step change in monitoring capability
- As well as cutting costs and increasing efficiency, the integration of ultracapacitors also improves reliability and safety while also reducing environmental impact