Perpetua Invited To Present 'Converting Body Heat Into Reliable Energy for Powering Physiological Wireless Sensors' at Wireless Health 2011 Conference
August 3, 2011
CORVALLIS, OR –– Perpetua today announced that its Chief Scientist, Dr. Ingo Stark, will be demonstrating a wearable thermoelectric generator armband system that utilizes body heat to power an on-body wireless sensor that reliably sends physiological data to a nearby base station. The demonstration is slated to take place during the Wireless Health 2001 conference in San Diego, CA, which runs from October 11 - 13.
“We are very focused on expanding our presence in the wireless health industry and are confident that energy harvesting will play an important role for body-worn wireless systems,” said Ingo. “Our wearable thermoelectric generator technology is on a clear path to commercialization and this opportunity to demonstrate a working, renewably powered system to the wireless health leadership community is a exciting step along the way."
Wearable thermoelectric generator (WTEG) technology is a unique energy harvesting application currently being developed by Perpetua for powering low-power transceivers and physiological monitoring sensors using body heat as an always-available power source.
Integrated into wearable structures, such as an armband, clothing patch, or directly embedded into a low-power wireless monitoring device, WTEGs utilize heat from the body and convert it into electrical energy. WTEG technology can be used to renewably and reliably power on-body sensors that can wirelessly monitor an individual’s location or a specific physiological condition.
About Wireless Health 2011: The Wireless Health 2011 annual conference series convenes the vanguard international research communities in Wireless Health technology and medical research with the rapidly expanding Wireless Health product and service industry, government leadership and policy makers. This conference provides the highest profile academic and industrial research forum for the new field of Wireless Health. Additional information on the conference and conference agenda can be found on their website: http://www.wirelesshealth2011.org/event-info/agenda/
About Perpetua Power Source Technologies, Inc.: Perpetua (www.perpetuapower.com) is dedicated to offering high quality, cost-effective, and easy-to-use power source products that last as long as the electronics they power. By extending the life of batteries and in some cases replacing batteries altogether, Perpetua products enable wireless sensor users to collect more data over time and offer more opportunities to operate autonomously in diverse environments.
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