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Wednesday, June 28 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
EH3: Zero Pin Sensors - The Path to Self-Powered Sensor Nodes

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A self-powered system affords the user tremendous freedom when commissioning a new wireless sensor network.  Without the concern for periodic maintenance, sensors can be placed in areas which are impractical or unaffordable to access, opening the door to a new world of sensor system development.  Maintenance costs can also be virtually eliminated with extended lifetime sensors.  In body worn applications, self-powered sensors eliminate the need for battery maintenance thus increasing the user satisfaction with the product.  Attendees will review methods to significantly reduce the power consumption of a wireless sensor node, in some cases by an order of magnitude or more.


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Michelle Farrington

Director, Energy Harvesting Platform Development, Analog Devices
Michelle Farrington is responsible for the Energy Harvesting strategy at Analog Devices, focusing on providing system level power solutions for IoT sensors.  Prior to her work in Energy Harvesting, Michelle held various roles in manufacturing as well as new product and technology development in MEMS Inertial Sensors... Read More →
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Paul Perrault

Staff Field Applications Engineer, Analog Devices Inc.
Paul Perrault is a Staff Field Applications Engineer based in Calgary, Canada. Since joining ADI in 2002, Paul has supported applications in consumer, industrial, health care, and instrumentation markets.  He holds a B. Sc. degree from the University of Saskatchewan, and an M. Sc. degree from Portland State University both in electrical engineering... Read More →


Wednesday June 28, 2017 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Executive Ballroom H

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