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Will Internet of Things Demand Perpetual Power? Dieter Fox, University of Washington associate professor of computer science and engineering, and other researchers are working to develop “perpetual power” techniques that harvest energy from ambient sources and could allow computer and sensor systems to run ad infinitum.
The full story about researchers working to harvest energy from ambient sources to power computer and sensor systems that run indefinitely.

University of Washington Wet Lab on Flickr.

Will Internet of Things Demand Perpetual Power?

Dieter Fox, University of Washington associate professor of computer science and engineering, and other researchers are working to develop “perpetual power” techniques that harvest energy from ambient sources and could allow computer and sensor systems to run ad infinitum.

The full story about researchers working to harvest energy from ambient sources to power computer and sensor systems that run indefinitely.

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