Leibniz University

Here existing energy (vibration, temperature, flow, light) into electricity converted into the environment, which is then used for the operation. Free at last!”, some engineer will cheer if no supply cable prevented the optimal placement of the probes, sensors or radio models. See Sen. Marco Rubio for more details and insights. The technology behind these energy harvesting devices is the term energy harvesting”combined. Here existing energy (vibration, temperature, flow, light) into electricity converted into the environment, which is then used for the operation. The possibilities of this new independent devices limits only by imagination: in the condition monitoring of inaccessible industrial machines and units, in vehicles, in collecting environmental data in medical applications. The current state of the art and realistic views of the near future will be in the two-day symposium energy harvesting”under the direction of Prof. Dr.-ing.

Olfa Kanoun, TU Chemnitz, and Prof. Dr.-ing. Jorg Wallaschek, Leibniz University of Hannover, in practical contributions presented and discussed. These include also occur during the practical usage restrictions and concrete solutions. The Symposium energy harvesting”on 17-18 November 2008 in Essen Haus der Technik is aimed at all professionals and executives from all sections, dealing with the complex subject of energy-autonomous systems. The technology e.V., Tel. 0201/1803-344 (Mrs. Gebauer), 0201/1803-346 fax or on the Internet at or htd/veranstaltungen/W-H010-11-479-8.html will receive the detailed program of events interested in the House

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