June 15, 2021 by Srinivas Pattamatta – Looking Back: Clear Ventures’ Rajeev Madhavan Reflects on His Relationship With Atmosic

Explaining the importance of Atmosic’s technology, Rajeev shares how the “implications of this in the IoT world are very large” Rajeev Madhavan is a founder and General Partner of Clear Ventures, which invested in Atmosic. Earlier this year, he was interviewed by Steven Loeb of VatorNews about his experience as a venture capitalist, his thoughts…Read more

June 1, 2021 by Srinivas Pattamatta – Atmosic in the News

At Atmosic, we’re committed to spreading the word about our low-power connectivity solutions, and showcasing how our technology improves sustainability in the IoT by reducing the battery dependence of connected devices. We’ve compiled a sample of our recent coverage and award highlights, underscoring our drive to achieve this goal. Take a look below! Startups with…Read more

March 14, 2021 by Srinivas Pattamatta – The Top 10 Industries Where Energy Harvesting Will Have a Big Impact

Energy harvesting technology will be a game changer for countless industries, offering the potential to extend battery life to connected devices. Even better, energy harvesting can provide certain applications with enough power that batteries aren’t needed at all. Just imagine how many batteries that would save from going into landfills! Not to mention the cost…Read more

November 30, 2020 by Srinivas Pattamatta – Capturing Ambient Photovoltaic Energy to Extend Battery Life and Drive the Battery-Free IoT

  Now more than ever we must put the energy sourced from the Sun and lighting to work The practicality and convenience of connected IoT devices continues to grow as they literally change the game, taking efficiency to new heights and streamlining operations for virtually every industry, including manufacturing, agriculture, medicine, transportation, real estate and…Read more

October 13, 2020 by Srinivas Pattamatta – How Energy Harvesting Will Improve Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems

Over the past decade, the IoT has helped to reshape the healthcare industry. Wearable medical devices have given patients and the medical staff taking care of them an easy way to monitor their vitals and detect issues before they become serious problems. One emerging use case for wearable medical devices is continuous glucose monitoring, a…Read more

June 9, 2020 by Srinivas Pattamatta – How Low Power Wearables Will Supplement Smartphone Exposure Notification Systems

As managed environments turn to wearables to help keep people safe, extended battery life and battery-free solutions will be critical for device fleets   In April, Apple and Google made headlines when they announced a partnership to make it easier for governments and health agencies to roll out COVID-19 exposure notifications systems. These applications will…Read more

February 11, 2020 by David Su – 2020 Trends for Battery-Free Bluetooth 5.0 Internet-of-Things

According to a recent report from IDC, the number of connected devices used globally will reach 41.6 billion by the end of 2025. The IoT world continues to expand and develop at a rapid pace, so what trends should we expect in the IoT in 2020? Here are a few of our predictions for the…Read more

November 21, 2019 by Srinivas Pattamatta – Redefining Battery Life at Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications

Redefining Battery Life at Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications By Srinivas Pattamatta, Vice President of Business Development of Atmosic   Wireless technologies are always advancing and expanding their reach in our current world. Platforms such as Bluetooth 5.0 (BLE) enables wider ranges of connectivity at lower power thresholds and battery-free wireless solutions are becoming more…Read more

August 6, 2019 by Masoud Zargari – RE-VOLT – Join the Battery-Free IoT Revolution

@atmosic RE-VOLT – Now is the time to join the Battery-Free IoT Revolution By Masoud Zargari, Co-founder and Vice President of Engineering at Atmosic Technologies It is believed that throughout the universe, more complex structures require denser flows of energy in order to maintain their complexity. This manifestation of the second law of thermodynamics —…Read more

July 17, 2019 by David Su – How Close Are We To Eliminating Batteries In The IoT?

When the first version of the Wi-Fi® (standard 802.11a) was originally developed and released in 1997, it was intended to provide internet connectivity to and from computers (primarily desktops). The original designers of Wi-Fi may have foreseen applications in laptops and phones, but they likely didn’t expect Wi-Fi to become the essential, ubiquitous connectivity for all…Read more

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