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Atmosic brings energy harvesting and ultra-low power to Bluetooth

Once the hot topic of dedicated conferences and standards battles, wireless charging has become part of the furniture, but there is still significant work to be done to apply it effectively to many ultra-low power IoT devices, and potentially to use energy harvesting to replace batteries altogether. A decade of work on the latter area has not produced mainstream results, but every so often a start-up sticks its head above the parapet with a new approach, as Atmosic has done in recent months with the launch of two Bluetooth 5.0 system-on-chip (SoC) products which include support for energy harvesting, and target ultra-low power IoT applications. Wireless Watch’s sister service, Rethink IoT (RIoT) interviewed Srinivas Pattamatta, the company’s VP of business…

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