Energy Harvesting Journal
The Internet of Things (IoT) is based on the idea that large amount of data will be automatically collected by the objects that surround us. While it may seem like just a concept, hardware companies are developing new technologies to enable sensors to become unobtrusive and low-power. At the upcoming IDTechEx Show! in Berlin (27-28 April 2016), visitors can expect to see the latest innovation in this field.
“IDTechEx brings together technologists and industrial leaders seeking to develop and implement real world solutions” says Ken Vartanian, Vice President of Marketing at Optomec.
Optomec is amongst the 170 companies exhibiting during this two day event dedicated to emerging technologies. The company will present new manufacturing equipment specially designed for IoT. “LiteOn Mobile Mechanical has implemented mass production systems, based on Optomec Aerosol Jet technology, that are used in the manufacture of consumer electronics devices. The systems, called 3DP, have been operating 24×7 since July 2015 and each system is producing millions of devices,” Vartanian says.
The new Aerosol Jet 5X System from Optomec is equipped with a 5-axis coordinated motion platform and provides a flexible and cost efficient method for manufacturing electronics onto a variety of plastic, ceramic and metal 3D structures.
Read more at: http://www.energyharvestingjournal.com/articles/9255/the-future-of-iot-sensors-to-be-showcased-in-berlin