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Energy & Power [clear filter]
Wednesday, June 26
 

10:00am PDT

EP1: Advanced In-Situ Sensors & Electronics for Smart Energy Storage
The use of lithium cells is growing at a rapid rate, but it is well known that there are reliability and safety concerns with the technology. A battery management system monitors the state of health by externally measuring characteristics such as current, voltage and temperature. However, this approach fails to identify pre-failure events. This session discusses key challenges of in-situ sensing, review architectures and describes a practical approach for constructing intelligent cells.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Fleming

Joe Fleming

Assistant Professor, Coventry University
Joe Fleming has a MSc degree in Electronic Engineering from the De Montfort University. After graduating, he joined industry for 7 years and then pursued a PhD at the university of Warwick. He then joined the WMG Electrochemical group, researching methods for in-situ instrumentation... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am PDT
Executive Ballroom B

11:00am PDT

EP2: Real World Energy Harvesting: Rapid Prototyping with Solar
This session demonstrates just how easy energy harvesting can be once you have the right tools. The best way to know if something works is try it out. This session also demonstrates modern electronics and IoT devices being powered with indoor solar. Key real-world considerations will be presented followed by a discussion of realistic power expectations. Energy harvesting enables the connected world of the future to be smart AND sustainable.

Speakers
avatar for Samuel Jones

Samuel Jones

R&D Engineer, PowerFilm Solar
Samuel has been the lead engineer on a variety of R&D, Product Development, and Quality Control efforts primarily focused on light energy harvesting capabilities and applications for the emerging IoT industry. By developing reference designs, development kits, and educational materials... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am PDT
Executive Ballroom B

1:30pm PDT

EP3: A Deep Dive into Solar Technology for Energy Harvesting
Improvements in battery life are not keeping up with the innovation and disruption in areas of signal processing, computing, communication and sensor technology. Access to energy when and where it is needed is a challenge for users and designers of wireless sensors and controllers. This session dives deep into the feasibility of using solar cells to power such devices, and a survey of suitable solar technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Ian Murray

Ian Murray

Technical Marketing Engineer, Alta Devices
Ian joined Alta Devices as a Technical Marketing Engineer in October 2016. Ian focuses on the UAV and Space product division. Prior to joining Alta Devices, Ian served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps and holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Clemson University... Read More →
avatar for Paul Sims

Paul Sims

Senior Product Development Engineer, Alta Devices
Paul Sims is a world expert in solar and optoelectronic technology. His experience includes work at Alta Devices, Illumitex, Xunlight Corporation, Cree, and the pioneering solar technology company, Astropower.


Wednesday June 26, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm PDT
Executive Ballroom B

2:30pm PDT

EP4: Autonomous Low Power Monitoring with Nano Power Sensor
To better ensure the reliability of industrial equipment, sensors are used to monitor environmental conditions such as voltage fluctuations, unwanted vibrations, etc. With the increase of these sensors, there is a driving need for circuits that are lower power, lower cost, smaller size, and autonomous. This session addresses how to design condition monitoring circuits using a nanopower sensor monitor and how to optimize these circuits for power, cost, size, and autonomy.

Speakers
avatar for Cynthia Sosa

Cynthia Sosa

Applications Engineer, Texas Instruments
Cynthia Sosa is currently an applications engineer in the Precision ADC team at Texas Instruments, where she has worked for more than 3 years developing her expertise in analog signal chain design. She has experience in hardware design and verification in a variety of applications... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm PDT
Executive Ballroom B

3:30pm PDT

EP5: Boosting the Energy of Your Edge Devices
In today’s (industrial) IoT world, the trend is to move the intelligence away from the cloud and closer to the source of the data. This intelligence will improve security and reliability, reduce latency and bandwidth usage and reduce maintenance cost. This is the edge computing. As edge devices usually rely on scarce energy resources, we believe that the advance of edge computing will be possible only if an offer of extremely-low power and high performances processing and sensing ICs exists or edge devices are able to harvest energy from the environment to increase their energy budget, eventually removing their need for batteries. In this session, attendees  learn how to boost the energy and increase the computing power of their devices to be ready for the edge computing revolution.

Speakers
avatar for Geoffroy Gosset

Geoffroy Gosset

CEO, E-peas
Geoffroy Gosset received the Industrial Engineering degree from the Ecole Centrale des Arts et Metiers (ECAM), Belgium, in 2005, after pursuing his Master thesis research at Politechnika Warszawska, Warsaw, Poland and the M.Sc. degree in electromechanical engineering as well as the... Read More →
avatar for Cedric Hocquet

Cedric Hocquet

Program Manager MCU, E-peas
Cédric Hocquet received the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in 2009. He was with Université Catholique de Louvain as a Researcher until 2012 and left to work for National Instruments. Lately, he started e-peas... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 3:30pm - 4:20pm PDT
Executive Ballroom B