EPSRC Energy Harvesting Network

Wireless Sensor Networks, Energy Harvesting & RFID Asia 2010

Date: 13th October 2010 - 14th October 2010
Location: Hong Kong

International Conference and Exhibition Assessing the Applications, Technologies and Opportunities for Wireless Sensor Networks, Energy Harvesting and RFID.

Reflecting the development of wireless sensors, using both traditional RFID-based technology and new mesh network-based technology, this event will explore wireless locating and sensing. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), otherwise known as Ubiquitous Sensor Networks (USN) will be used to automatically monitor building occupancy and climate control, oil and gas pumping, industrial manufacturing control, traffic, hospitals and much more over wide areas in the coming years. The WSN industry will grow rapidly to exceed two billion dollars in yearly sales in the next ten years and about six billion dollars during the following ten years.

Energy Harvesting (energy scavenging) is concerned with converting ambient energy into electricity for small devices. This has many exciting applications, such as devices which can run for decades - wireless sensors and switches, to powering electronics - from watches to laptops to new printed electronics.

This IDTechEx event, focusing on the technologies, uses, potential users and market forecasts brings together all of these topics.

Further Information: http://www.IDTechEx.com/HongKong

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