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Nowi uses energy from mobile radiation for IoT applications

Monday 29 October 2018 | 19:06 CET | Author: Robbert de Blok | Background
Dutch start-up and sensors developer Nowi, based in Delft, has developed a system that can convert radiation from, for example, GSM masts, into electricity, using just a tiny chip. The company has created an interesting business case for IoT producers, since batteries in IoT devices would never have to be replaced with its system. The chips can also produce energy from light, which would give it more flexibility for the IoT and in small smart devices such as smartwatches. Nowi raised EUR 1.5 million in new financing from Disruptive Technology Ventures, headed by former KPN CEO Ad

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