MEMS energy harvesters based on silicon and PZT thickfilm technology for wireless sensor systems

Anders Thyssen, Adam Stoot, Thomas Lehrmann Christiansen, Erik Vilain Thomsen & Karen Birkelund
In recent years, the concept of energy harvesting has attracted much attention. The basic idea is to scavenge or harvest energy from the ambient surroundings of a device, convert it into electrical energy and use it to power a device, typically a wireless sensor system. The energy harvester can thus be seen as a small local power plant which uses otherwise wasted energy in the form of vibrations, temperature differences etc. which are abundant in...
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