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Two NSW iAwards for our KEH-Sense project

Posted by: Thierry Rakotoarivelo

June 2, 2017

Sara Khalifa from our Networks Measurement and Modelling team received two NSW iAwards for KEH-Sense, a game-changing technology in the drive towards self-powered wearable devices. Congratulations Sara!

KEH-Sense’s innovative step is to use the Kinetic Energy Harvesting (KEH) process itself as the sensor, and directly infer information from KEH patterns without using power-consuming sensors. KEH-Sense provides human context detection at an absolute minimum energy cost, igniting the potential for self-powered wearables and opening new fields of wearable designs and services across devices and communications. For more information, please visit the KEH-Sense Project page.