Next generation IoT applications need next generation power

Got a great idea for an IoT device but don’t know how to take it to its full potential? Too often designers and engineers have great ideas for an innovative IoT product but they fail to come to fruition through no fault of the design itself. A key challenge is how these next-generation devices are powered in a way that is acceptable to the designer and end user. Whether in MedTech, Industrial IoT, smart cities or everyday electronic products, for a next generation device to reach its full potential it needs an efficient source of power.

In the word of small IoT edge nodes or medical implants, cabled power is nearly always impractical and expensive and up to now, battery power has had its own limitations. Whilst in theory it may be able to power the device perfectly, in reality it can be the wrong size, shape or form and of course the wrong performance. One size doesn’t fit all – and that’s why at Ilika, we’ve been developing customisable solid state batteries.

Ilika plc (LON:IKA) is a pioneer in solid state battery technology enabling solutions for applications in Industrial IoT, MedTech, Electric Vehicles and Consumer Electronics.

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