Tiny devices to spur on IoT

In a move which could give the Internet of Things (IoT) a serious kick start, researchers from Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley have created a radio-on-a-chip that is so energy efficient it can gather all the power it needs from the same electromagnetic waves that carry signals to its receiving antenna – no batteries required.

  • Tiny radio-on-a-chip devices could spur on the IoT

    In a move which could give the Internet of Things (IoT) a serious kick start, researchers from Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley have created a radio-on-a-chip that is so energy efficient it can gather all the power it needs from ... Read More
  • Simulation of next generation battery materials brings results

    Researchers from the University of Cambridge have devised a simulation technique which allows the structure and behaviour of different materials to be predicted in order to accelerate the development of next generation batteries.

    Using the ...
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  • Asia-Pacific dominates IC market growth

    Asia-Pacific is forecast to account for nearly 59% of the $285.9billion IC market in 2014.

    IC Insights' latest report confirms the region's firm grip as the dominant market for IC sales. "The Asia-Pacific region is particularly dominant with ...
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  • Security warning over the IoT

    A lack of security built into devices forming the Internet of Things (IoT) could be catastrophic in the event of a cyber attack, a new report suggests.

    The Beecham Research report, entitled Evolving Secure Requirements for the Internet of Things, ...
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