Energy autonomous systems : future trends in devices, technology, and systems

M. Belleville, E. Cantatore, H. Fanet, P. Fiorini, P. Nicole, M. Pelgrom, C. Piguet, R. Hahn, C. Van Hoof, R.J.M. Vullers, M. Tartagni

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The rapid evolution of electronic devices since the beginning of the nanoelectronics era has brought about exceptional computational power in an ever shrinking system footprint. This has enabled among others the wealth of nomadic battery powered wireless systems (smart phones, mp3 players, GPS, …) that society currently enjoys. Emerging integration technologies enabling even smaller volumes and the associated increased functional density may bring about a new revolution in systems targeting wearable healthcare, wellness, lifestyle and industrial monitoring applications.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationParis
Number of pages84
ISBN (Print)978-88-904-399-0-2
Publication statusPublished - 2009


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