Bas Boorsma currently serves as a director at Cisco’s strategic global consultancy arm, runs various Internet of Everything endeavors within Cisco and serves as one of the company’s leading Future of Work strategists. Bas has coordinated and...
Chris Glaser: Providing the energy of things to the internet of things
Source: „Providing the ‘energy of things’ to the ‘internet of things’ is difficult. With so many things around your home or office or car, no one power source can be used for each of them.
Some can be plugged into the wall, others need to run off of batteries, and still others are not suitable for either of those power sources—these should harvest energy from the surrounding environment’s sunshine, wind, or vibrations.
TPS62740 applicationBut with all of these different power types comes one overarching need—efficiency.
With so many things to connect together, very little power should be consumed by them. And what is consumed shouldn’t be wasted and given off as heat. The low and efficient power consumption of these devices is what unites them together.”