Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 27, 2015
AwareAbility announced today that it will introduce initial versions of key devices that integrate its self-powered sensing solutions. General availability is scheduled for the 2nd half of 2015.
The new product introduction will include three essential “building blocks” – the PLT (Power, Logic, Transmission) unit, the Coordinator and the Sensor Array. Together these form the core of the AwareAbility self-powered data acquisition platform.
“This platform allows data collection, logging and remote data access/retrieval in contexts which require deployment in a self-powered environment,” said Jeff Becker, AwareAbility’s CEO and Founder. “Our self-powering technology opens up applications not previously possible.”
The Internet of Things (or “IoT”) encompasses newly emerging connected smart devices for remote sensing and intelligent monitoring of physical items and events. Applications range from basic sensing such as temperature, moisture, humidity or gas concentration to more sophisticated tasks such as vehicle detection, object movement or even biological functions. Industry experts project 20-50 billion Internet of Things devices to be deployed in the coming decade.
Initial planned Sensor Array capabilities by AwareAbility include accelerometer and magnetometer functionality - enabling security and utilization oriented applications. Other Sensor Arrays, compatible with the PLT unit and providing additional sensing capabilities are planned for future releases.
AwareAbility develops wireless, ultra low power sensing devices to collect, log, and transmit information using leading edge ambient energy harvesting innovations. This breakthrough technology approach enables a new class of self-powered solutions designed for the Internet of Things.
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