March 2023 Newsletter
Our team has been hard at work finalizing the design and adding some flair to our upcoming Plug-and-Play Dev Kit!
For the first time, developers can utilize Everactive’s groundbreaking ultra-low-power capabilities for the applications of their choosing with a range of configurable sensors and energy harvesters.
Check it out for yourself while it’s still available at our pre-order price and please reach out to us with any questions; we’re here to help you on your mission to build and thrive with best-in-class IoT products.
You’re also welcome to tune in for a Quick Start Guide webinar later this month (3/22/23 @ 2PM EST) as we unbox self-powered IoT possibilities: REGISTER HERE
“We expect zero-energy devices will enable a power reduction of over 10,000 times compared to today’s 4G IoT cellular products. And they will do this without a loss in functionality – mainly in terms of maximum downlink latency. Zero-energy radio hardware can be ‘on’ much more of the time, meaning better connectivity, lower latency, and simpler provisioning and deployment of devices.” – Everactive co-founder and co-CTO Dr. David Wentzloff
In this illuminating article from industry leaders at Ericsson, learn more from Dr. Wentzloff about how we play a role in bringing about a wireless, batteryless future that will transform how we do business, how we connect with each other, and how best to tackle the problems of tomorrow, today.
We are honored and proud to announce that our co-founder, co-CTO, and University of Virginia Engineering Professor Benton Calhoun has been named a Senior Member of the National Academy of Inventors!
NAI Senior Members are active faculty, scientists, and administrators with success in patents, licensing, and commercialization and have produced technologies that have brought or aspire to bring, real impact on the welfare of society. They are rising stars who foster a spirit of innovation within their communities and institutions while educating and mentoring the next generation of inventors.
Stay tuned for more!