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ON World Launches Industrial IoT Energy Harvesting Survey

Industrial IoT vendors, suppliers and end users are invited to participate in a survey on energy harvesting for industrial wireless sensor networks by global IoT research firm ON World.

“Replacing batteries with energy harvesters that harness power from renewable sources such as solar, thermoelectric, motion and vibration is a growing innovation area,” says Mareca Hatler, ON World’s research director. “The latest advances with energy harvesting technologies are providing perpetual power solutions for existing wireless sensor applications as well as creating new industrial IoT markets.”

Continuous power solutions are increasingly viewed as essential for industrial wireless sensor networks to reach their full market potential. The focus of ON World’s latest survey is energy harvesting for industrial automation. In this survey, we ask key questions to IoT developers, automation vendors, suppliers, service providers and end users to get the latest trends about energy harvesting adoption for wireless sensor networks (WSN).

A few examples of the areas covered in the survey include: 

  • Most common power sources for industrial wireless sensors today.
  • Adoption trends for energy harvesting today.
  • Types of energy harvesting technologies used.
  • WSN technologies used with energy harvesting.
  • Power consumption requirements.
  • User needs and installation challenges.
  • Targeted markets and applications.
  • Adoption drivers/benefits.
  • Challenges, inhibitors and technology limitations.

Qualified participants will receive a free report on industrial wireless sensing or $1,000 credit to purchase any of ON World’s other current reports as well as the survey results when completed. The survey is anonymous and takes about 10 minutes to complete.

Take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/wsnpower

About ON World:
ON World provides business intelligence on Internet of Things markets. Since 2003, our market research has been used by Fortune 1000 companies, investors and IoT developers worldwide.

Media contact:
Mary Purvis
e: purvis at onworld.com
ph: 858-259-2397

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