Highlights from our thought leadership on

ultra-low-power Internet of Things technology

Why Today's IoT Cannot Scale

In this whitepaper, learn how continued reliance on the same underlying electronics have hindered the adoption of the hyperscale IoT due to the limitations of batteries and inadequate wireless communication options—both of which have stopped countless IoT products dead in their tracks.

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Energy Harvesting Sensors 101

In this interactive primer, explore energy harvesting through chart mouseovers, clicks, and controls.  Learn about the fundamentals of energy harvesting for IoT sensors, experiment with different environmental profiles for energy harvesting, and discover how you can leverage Everactive’s technology to introduce energy harvesting into your IoT applications to provide your products with a perpetual power source.

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Everactive’s Evernet Protocol: Unlocking the Internet of Things at Scale

Everactive Co-Founder & Co-CTO Dr. David Wentzloff outlines how Everactive designed its Evernet IoT wireless protocol purposefully to solve for the networking problems that have hindered alternative wireless IoT communication protocols.  With Evernet, developers and users can reliably stream robust data over long-range with low latency—all on a low enough power budget to operate without batteries.

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Edge Computing and Self-Powered Sensors

Everactive Co-Founder & Co-CTO David Wentzloff sits down to explain how the intersection of edge computing and self-powered, hyperscale IoT systems can have a profound impact on how to utilize wireless sensor networks.

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Ultra-Low-Power Receivers: Overcoming Battery Limitations to Facilitate Self-Powered Operation

When you examine the power consumption of IoT devices over their lifetime, most of the energy is used for wireless communication; and specifically on network synchronization rather than transmitting data. This calls for  ultralow-power (ULP) radios to enable self-powered operation, eliminating the battery and, therefore, the maintenance problem.

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Making Sense of Industrial IoT Platforms

Our IIoT systems—and all of the disparate assets that contribute to them—are growing more complex.  This is a good thing.  But as that complexity grows, so does the need for overarching platforms to support the software and people driving digitalization efforts.  This report will help.

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IIoT Blueprint: Choosing the Right Solution

The potential of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is enormous, promising an explosion of data from physical-world assets that allows enterprises to optimize resources, slash costs, reduce energy usage, and boost overall efficiency.

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Emerging Industrial Internet Technology

With the emergence of Industrial Internet technology, steam traps make ideal candidates for automated sensing technology.

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How to Reduce the Hidden Costs and Dangers in Your Steam System

This paper will discuss the costs and risks inherent in every steam trap system. Then we will suggest an easy-to-deploy, cost-effective answer: a continuous monitoring system that delivers real-time alerting through the cloud, without the need for manual inspection — ever.

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Overcoming the Battery Obstacle

The trillion-node IoT must eliminate the battery. A three-part series.


Imagine you were to deploy 10,000 Industrial IoT devices across your facilities

Why Self-Powered Sensors are the Game-Changer

Problem Statement

What will happen if battery-powered IoT devices roll out in the tens of billions?

8 Reasons Why Batteries Restrict Cost-Effective IIoT Deployments

The Two-Pronged Solution

The industry’s first and only integrated, full-stack pervasive-sensing platform where the entire environment is self-powered.

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