The Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PSMA) will host EnerHarv 2018, the organization’s inaugural International Energy Harvesting Workshop, in Cork, Ireland, May 29-31, 2018. EnerHarv 2018 will be a focal point for a community of experts and users of energy harvesting and related technologies to share knowledge, best practices, road maps and experiences — and to create opportunities for collaboration. The event has a limited capacity of 100 registrants, so early registration is encouraged.
The PSMA EnerHarv international workshop will follow the format used at the PSMA Industry Sessions on Energy Harvesting conducted at APEC 2017 and APEC 2018. However, this three-day event will provide more in-depth information and ample time for exchanging ideas and knowledge, networking, and developing opportunities for collaborative partnerships.
The May 29-31 workshop will also feature dedicated demonstrations from many top- tier vendors of parts and systems, allowing participants to view the technologies (hardware, visualization and simulation tools, etc.) in operation and to interact directly with the developers.
“A key workshop message and driver is that emerging technologies, if properly guided and integrated, will enable a dramatic penetration of energy harvesting solutions into a broader range of applications,” said Mike Hayes, EnerHarv General Chair.
EnerHarv is targeted at a broad audience ranging from potential adopters of energy harvesting for IoT devices for specific applications. These include: building management, medical technologies, assisted living, environmental, conditional monitoring of equipment, systems and power supplies, as well as industrial and academic developers of materials and devices (active and passive), systems integrators and installers of IoT solutions.
Information and registration details are at http://www.enerharv.com/, or contact Mike Hayes (General Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Brian Zahnstecher (Technical Chair, email@example.com) to learn more.