KEH Sensing – Australian Innovation at its Finest
Cebit has recently published a blog article covering the Kinetic Energy Harvesting (KEH) Sensing work led by Sara Khalifa in the Distributed Sensing Systems Group. It refers to this work as “an example of Australian innovation at its finest,” and interviews Dr. Khalifa to discuss her work and her journey through winning iAwards and APICTA awards. The article continues “Dr Khalifa’s innovation consists of a novel, ultra-low-power activity sensor for wearables and mobile devices. Kinetic Energy Harvesting (KEH) is designed to translate motion into electrical energy and reduce battery dependence. It’s a game-changing technology in the drive towards self-powered wearable devices.” Read the full article for more.