Say Hello to battery-less smart IoT devices

by | Mar 20, 2019 | IoT News

The modern day scenario of storage systems based on the battery is not up to to the scale of expectation. However, the recurring problems in the tags along with energy storing along with reliability are still deemed to the significant issues for the future researches. It doesn’t matter whether it is smartphones or laptops, the customers around the world expect that the devices should provide a better power back up so that they won’t have to put the device in charging now and then.

For bringing this to life, several scientists from around the world are trying to figure out the way by which they can add different materials to enhancing the functional power of batteries. Amid this endeavor, a group of researches from Canada’s Waterloo University reportedly took a giant step. In their pursuit to improve battery’s backup capacity, the researchers have found a way where the smart devices are not going to need charging or battery.

It is not something that people are going to believe, but the Waterloo University’s group of researchers said that these devices are in a prototype stage. The researchers have developed IoT devices that do not need a battery to run them. Instead, a unique set of IP address is necessary for achieving interconnectivity between various users. If a device doesn’t’ have a battery to power it then it just cuts down the cost of maintenance. And what makes these devices much more unique is that they be easily put anywhere anonymously.

Mostly the Internet of Things devices has default sensors that aid in monitoring the atmospheric factors like that of sound, ambient temperature as well as motion detection. But the most challenging aspect of battery-free devices is associated with sustainability and integrated connections.

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Recently, the IPVideo Corporation is going to showcase a couple of latest ventures based on its detection technologies at the forthcoming 2019 ISC West on 10th. The ICS West is going to continue till 12th of April at Las Vegas’ Sands Convention Center. The corporation developed the newly made detection technologies related to the new vape, school safety as well as product based on aggression detection.

IPVideo Corporation is going to be called the HALO Internet of Things Smart Sensor that is going to be unveiled at the booth of IPVideo. By the looks of it, IPVideo is continuing to pave the path when it is going to create a safe and sound environment for most of the schools around the world. IPVideo introduced these technological environments for helping the schools in facilitating the security measures which is going to keep the staff as well as the students safe.

The HALO IoT Smart Sensor is going to provide alerts to the security personnel. It ranges to the environmental changes which are usually the result of smoking and vape in a common area. Usually, areas such as classrooms, bathrooms, hallways as well as locker rooms in a school are not usually supervised.

HALO can also detect the fluctuations as far as the noise levels are concerned. HALO will also aid in identifying and at the same time alerting the security personnel regarding the volatile behaviour such as breaking of glass, gunshots and also yelling. So far this is the perfect tool to alert the students, security and staff if an incident is taking place on the school campus.

People who are interested to take a glimpse of the ViewSan and HALO Internet of Things Smart Sensor, they can reach out to booth #20001 of the ICS West 2019.

**This post was published on https://securitytoday.com

Recently, the IPVideo Corporation is going to showcase a couple of latest ventures based on its detection technologies at the forthcoming 2019 ISC West on 10th. The ICS West is going to continue till 12th of April at Las Vegas’ Sands Convention Center. The corporation developed the newly made detection technologies related to the new vape, school safety as well as product based on aggression detection.

IPVideo Corporation is going to be called the HALO Internet of Things Smart Sensor that is going to be unveiled at the booth of IPVideo. By the looks of it, IPVideo is continuing to pave the path when it is going to create a safe and sound environment for most of the schools around the world. IPVideo introduced these technological environments for helping the schools in facilitating the security measures which is going to keep the staff as well as the students safe.

The HALO IoT Smart Sensor is going to provide alerts to the security personnel. It ranges to the environmental changes which are usually the result of smoking and vape in a common area. Usually, areas such as classrooms, bathrooms, hallways as well as locker rooms in a school are not usually supervised.

HALO can also detect the fluctuations as far as the noise levels are concerned. HALO will also aid in identifying and at the same time alerting the security personnel regarding the volatile behaviour such as breaking of glass, gunshots and also yelling. So far this is the perfect tool to alert the students, security and staff if an incident is taking place on the school campus.

People who are interested to take a glimpse of the ViewSan and HALO Internet of Things Smart Sensor, they can reach out to booth #20001 of the ICS West 2019.

**This post was published on https://securitytoday.com

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