Smart Surfaces: Large Area Electronics Systems for Internet of Things Enabled by Energy Harvesting

@article{Roselli2014SmartSL,
  title={Smart Surfaces: Large Area Electronics Systems for Internet of Things Enabled by Energy Harvesting},
  author={Luca Roselli and Nuno Borges Carvalho and Federico Alimenti and Paolo Mezzanotte and Giulia Orecchini and Marco Virili and Chiara Mariotti and Ricardo Gonçalves and Pedro Pinho},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={2014},
  volume={102},
  pages={1723-1746}
}
Energy harvesting is well established as one of the prominent enabling technologies [along with radio-frequency identification (RFID), wireless power transfer, and green electronics] for the pervasive development of Internet of Things (IoT). This paper focuses on a particular, yet broad, class of systems that falls in the IoT category of large area electronics (LAE). This class is represented by “smart surfaces.” The paper, after an introductory overview about how smart surfaces are collocated… CONTINUE READING

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