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Battery life is a major challenge for mobile electronic devices. In terms of technology, this means finding ways to reduce power consumption, select the most appropriate batteries, and integrate energy harvesting systems that harness the energy in the environment to power the device.
With in-depth knowledge of low-power electronics and substantial experience developing energy-management systems, CEA Tech addresses all of these issues. CEA Tech is also developing a range of energy solutions, from micro fuel cells and micro-batteries to thermoelectric, piezoelectric, and PV energy harvesting systems.
Theoretically, in-memory computing should make it possible to reduce circuit power consumption. Researchers recently verified this hypothesis in the lab, using tools they developed for the programming of innovative computing architectures.
The world’s first solid-electrolyte lithium-ion microbatteries have been developed to meet the needs of specific healthcare applications.
The ERC-backed My Cube project is setting its sights on the first-ever in-memory computing technology. The goal is to be able to carry out simple computations directly in a circuit’s memory.
A power transformer with satisfactory thermal performance was produced using powder injection molding (PIM) and a printed-circuit-type industrial assembly. This advance will pave the way to smaller power supply components suitable for a variety of mobile devices.
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CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.