Workshop: Powering the Internet of Everything
Hosted by Georgia Tech in conjunction with the NextFlex Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Manufacturing Institute
Wearables and medical devices, logistics and infrastructure monitoring, and soft robotics for advanced prosthetics and augmented warfighter performance stand to be revolutionized by Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE).
Success, however, depends on innovative power sources or power management schemes that meet the challenging flexible, stretchable, unobtrusive form factors and such varied use cases as a 12-hour wearable monitor for an assembly line worker, to a multi-year unattended infrastructure sensor in an austere environment enabled by FHE.
Workshop sessions will:
- Identify FHE power requirements based on input from OEMs, military users, and electronics manufacturers.
- Feature approaches for energy harvesting, energy storage, and high-efficiency electronics technology to deliver near-term power capabilities needs.
For registration access, and a full schedule of the workshop, please visit our registration page here.