Today: December 2, 2023
The proliferation of connected devices has created opportunities for greater convenience, lower operational costs, and data-driven performance improvements. However, the challenge of reliably and affordably powering these devices has continued to limit IoT viability at scale. This is where Ambient Photonics comes in.
Ambient Photonics has developed low light energy harvesting photovoltaic (PV) cells that can power IoT devices without the need for periodic battery replacement or recharging. Unlike legacy photovoltaic technologies, Ambient Photonics’ PV cells yield sufficient power in real-world, low light operational conditions for most IoT sensors. The company’s PV cells have solved the low power density and high cost problems of legacy low light PV technologies, making endless power for IoT electronics a reality for the first time.
Ambient Photonics’ technology can be applied to a wide range of industries, including smart homes, consumer electronics, and IoT devices. The company’s low light energy harvesting PV cells can be used to power wireless sensors, occupancy sensors, and electronic shelf labels. The potential exists for billions of wireless sensors to be installed during the coming decade, with nearly half located inside buildings. Ambient Photonics’ technology will enable these sensors to be powered with endless energy, making it possible to track temperature, humidity, light, motion, and more in real-time without the need for battery replacement or recharging.
Ambient Photonics’ innovative solution has the potential to revolutionize the IoT industry. By providing a reliable and affordable way to power IoT devices, the company’s low light energy harvesting PV cells can enable the mass adoption of connected devices. This could lead to greater convenience, lower operational costs, and data-driven performance improvements across a wide range of industries.
Ambient Photonics is changing the game in the IoT industry with their low light energy harvesting PV cells. Their innovative solution has the potential to power billions of wireless sensors in the coming decade and make endless power for IoT electronics a reality for the first time. As the world becomes increasingly connected, the demand for Ambient Photonics’ technology will only continue to grow.