Viezo: Vibration energy harvesting to power sensors and IoT devices

Harvesting energy from vibrations © Viezo

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Tapping the quantum physics theory of the universe being made up of “strings of energy” created by billions of atoms in motion, Lithuanian cleantech energy startup Viezo has developed a vibration energy harvesting technology to capture and collect the small amounts of energy created through vibrations, converting them into electrical energy.
The Viezo founding team was working with Kaunas University of Technology to explore creating energy from raindrops when they discovered that vibrations could be used to produce sufficient energy to operate any type of sensors and low-powered I...
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