Engineers have used ingenious ways to power IoT devices, and now engineers at Lacuna Space created transmitters that use grass as their power supply.
As an alternative to increasing battery capacity, device manufacturers are trying to develop low-cost, low-power frameworks for 5G. Here are two such strategies.
Changing the batteries of your IoT devices regularly is a troublesome task. MIT researchers invented a sensor that uses the piezoelectric effect to power itself
For smart devices, battery life is one of the most significant performance predictors, and there is an ongoing push to have extended battery life in IoT products.
The trick to keeping wireless devices running for years depends on a combination of low-powered IoT sensors and the right networking technologies.