Linptech: Smart home devices powered by movement

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The first in China to tap kinetic energy to control smart home devices, Linptech has seen its wireless, battery-free products used in smart homes, and even at the Tokyo Olympics

When the Chinese city of Wuhan was the first to be hit by the coronavirus last year, a number of “instant hospitals” were quickly built from scratch or set up in converted gyms and convention centers. Within days, they began accepting Covid patients. While the world watched and marveled at the speed at which the infrastructure for these facilities was mounted, few knew that a local company had a key role in making that happen.Linptech, the company, produces an ingenious, battery-free wireless bell that’s powered only by the kinetic energy generated from the pressing of a button. These bel...
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