LONDON, Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The process of powering devices by utilizing small amount of energy from one or more ambient energy sources is termed as Energy Harvesting (EH). Energy harvested from the ambient sources can also be captured and stored in a battery for future use. Different types of ambient sources and energy harvesters are being explored for varied applications in different markets. Energy harvesting technologies not only energizes the devices but also facilitates longer life time. The research service captures innovations in the energy harvesting sector that has the potential to disrupt applications. The study covers innovation hotspots, disruptive opportunities, megatrend impact, technology convergence, market potential, patent landscape, global footprint and funding trends. The research is oriented towards covering energy harvesting related innovations and its disruptive potential in key applications such as automotive and transportation, aerospace and defense, healthcare and medical, industrial and process control monitoring, building automation, consumer electronics, and environment.
Energy Harvesting Market Potential will grow at high rate
In various markets, energy harvesting has high market potential as it is a key enabling technology for lowpower, maintenance-free electronic devices. The key growth markets for energy harvesting include automotive, utility, industrial, military and aerospace, building automation, and so on.
Leveraging the ambient sources will provide a positive drive for green energy and reduction in carbon emission
Energy harvesting is perceived to have a strong impact on several megatrends. EH is the part of a wider industry trend towards greater energy efficiency through leveraging the ambient sources .
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