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Self-powered IoT Devices Based on Energy Harvesting Technology

Internet of Things (IoT) devices are increasingly deployed in various industries to do sensing, processing the information and...

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Data-driven Performance Analytics, Health Monitoring and Optimization for Chiller Plants

Water-cooled chillers often consume between 40-60% of the total energy used in commercial buildings. According...

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Non-intrusive Energy Disaggregation, Analysis and Equipment Condition Monitoring System

The technology described herein is related to the development of system which monitors the energy consumption...

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Smart Telemetry for e-Mobility Battery Power System

The smart telemetry is a system for remote monitoring of the status and parameters of the battery system in electric vehicles. The system front-end...

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Fibre Optic Based Cryogenic Monitoring System

To facilitate a safety monitoring system for temperature variation of cryogenic medium, including liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquid nitrogen (N2),...

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Smart Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System

The Smart UPS system features a fully-modular system which is scalable and portable based on user’s need. It is a portable and modular power system...

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Molecularly Imprinted Piezoelectric Quartz Sensor

The sensor technology is based on molecular imprinting and piezoelectric effect that enable real-time and label-free sensing of mass changes and...

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Miniature Spectrometers Similar to FTIR Spectrometers

Infrared (IR) spectroscopy is widely used in chemical detection and analysis owning to its superior specificity and sensitivity. Molecules can be...

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Non-invasive Energy Monitoring System

This technology is related to the development of a non-intrusive energy monitoring system which can be deployed in the following applications:The Smart Home...

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