Tradeshow Talks with Ilika Technologies – IoT Tech 2018

Please give an overview of what Ilika Technologies do.

Ilika technologies are developing a new type of battery, called a solid state battery. These are miniaturized batteries that you can insert in IoT autonomous sensor.

What are you highlighting at the IoT Tech Expo?

We have a roadmap of products, but we are here today to in particular to promote our high temperature batteries. This is a battery that works up to 150 degrees, and that’s pretty unique. I can give two examples of where a battery like this is important; the engine in the car, or a hot piece of machinery in a factory. These need sensors, and the battery in particular needs to operate at a higher temperature. This product is called a P180.

Are there any other applications?

The batteries are important in any device which needs to have a long-life battery that is miniature in size. For example, in med-tech implantable devices, or in a smart car next to the engine where it can be left for years to take measurements. Similarly, in a smart factory, to monitor their health or a machine that works at a high temperature.

Additionally, we can provide smart sensors in your home for a smart home or smart cities. We are really across the board.

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