Wireless Sensor Networks: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019

Wireless Sensor Networks: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019

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Published On : November  2013
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WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Wireless Sensor Network Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019. The 2013 study has 640 pages, 266 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the Wireless Sensor Network is used to implement the Internet of things.

Advanced technologies for wireless sensor networks are associated with energy harvesting and thin film batteries. Emerging wireless sensor networking is based on leveraging the feasibility of making sensors work independently in groups to accomplish insight not otherwise available. Advanced storage devices are emerging simultaneously with the energy harvesting devices that are economical, making sensor networks feasible. Storage devices can leverage the power captured by energy harvesting when sensors and devices are interconnected as a network.

Energy storage technologies of super-capacitors and thin-film batteries with cost-effective market presence are set to power wireless sensor networking. Energy harvesting devices have attained workable levels of efficiency.

There are significant cost reductions for wireless sensor networking that have been accomplished in the past few years. Many applications are related to smarter computing that depends on sensors capturing change in conditions and making adjustments to the environment based on measured change.

Worldwide wireless sensor network device market driving forces relate to an overall trend toward implementation of the Internet of things addressing disparate initiatives toward adoption of the smarter planet for buildings, roads, transportation, and mobile health initiative for chronic conditions. This smarter planet trend promises to become prevalent as people learn how to use small core processors combined with sensing technology to keep the cities more livable and themselves healthier. Healthy behaviors such as exercise, good diet and stress management have the potential to reverse aging on a molecular level and partly restore the vitality of a person’s cells with sensors and communication of the sensor data over wireless sensor networks playing a significant role in management of life.

Healthy lifestyle choices can increase the length of DNA sequences found at the end of a person’s chromosomes and reverse aging. This discovery is likely to increase interest in monitoring and testing DNA sequences and looking at the ends of the chromosomes. This discovery is likely to increase a shift toward wellness initiatives. It has stimulated the need for better communication between clinicians and patients. New sensor technology creates the opportunity for monitoring and testing. Wireless sensor network devices can be used to send alerts to at risk people who are exercising.

Wireless sensor networking is set to grow as sensors are freed from the grid and networks implement connectivity that is mesh architecture based. Converting ambient energy to useable electrical energy harvesting (EH) systems creates the opportunity to implement wireless sensor networks. These networks interconnect an inexpensive and compact group of devices and sensors. The networks use wireless capability to power portable electrical devices.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the WinterGreen Research team that prepared the wireless sensor network market research study, “Wireless sensor network markets are evolving as smart phone devices and technology find more uses throughout the landscape of the Internet of Things. Sensors can provide monitoring that has not previously been available. Differential diagnostic tools support provide differential information that helps manage our daily lives from traffic patterns to crime detections, to medical treatment.”

“The decision process take into account clinical findings from the home monitoring devices and from symptoms verbally communicated in a clinical services setting. Improved economics of healthcare delivery implementation is facilitated by wireless sensor networks. This is true across the spectrum of things that can be monitored by sensors”

These wireless sensor networks in the past have relied heavily on batteries that need to be changed by a human. Energy harvesting technology combined with solid state batteries power an increasing number of consumer and industrial products that are untethered or need to become disconnected from electrical outlets.

The markets for wireless sensor networks at $552.4 million in 2012 become very big, very fast reaching $14.6 billion by 2019. Market growth is dependent on emerging technology. As the wireless technology, the solid state battery, the sensor technology, smart phone technology and the energy harvesting technology all become commercialized, these devices will be used to implement wireless sensor networks.

The wireless sensor networks markets will be driven by the adoption of 8.5 billion smart phones by 2019, creating demand for apps that depend on sensor networks.

Wireless Sensor Networking Executive Summary



Wireless Sensor Networking Market

Wireless Sensor Networking Minimization of Power Consumption



Wireless Sensor Networking Market Shares



Wireless Sensor Networking Market Forecasts



1.  Wireless Sensor Networking Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1 Wireless Network Sensing Objectives

1.2 Wireless Sensor Network

1.1.1 Wireless Sensor Networks Involve Monitoring, Tracking, Or Controlling

1.1.2 Vehicle Tracking and Security

1.3 Operating Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks

1.4 Zigbee Technology

1.5 TinyOS

1.6 SOS

1.7 Embedded Parallel Operating System (EPOS)



2. Wireless Sensor Networking Market Shares and Market Forecasts

2.1 Wireless Sensor Networking Market

2.1.1 Wireless Sensor Networking Minimization of Power Consumption

2.2 Wireless Sensor Networking Market Shares

2.2.1 Northrop Grumman

2.2.2 EnOcean Equipped Devices

2.2.3 Boeing

2.2.4 Silicon Laboratories

2.2.5 KCF Technologies

2.2.6 Perpetuum

2.2.7 II-IV / Marlow Industries Inc

2.2.8 Arveni

2.2.9 Cymbet

2.2.10 Infinite Power Solutions –

2.2.11 Micropelt Energy Harvesting:

2.2.12 Leading Energy Harvesting Market Participants by Technology

2.3 Wireless Sensor Networking Market Forecasts

2.3.1 Wireless Sensor Networks Worldwide

2.3.2 Wireless Sensor Networks Market Unit Forecasts

2.3.3 Thermoelectrics Involves Generating Power From Heat

2.3.4 Smart City Energy Harvesting Shipments Market Forecasts

2.3.5 Transportation Rail and Electric Vehicle Energy Harvesting Market Forecasts

2.3.6 Smart Building Energy Harvesting Shipments Market Forecasts

2.3.7 Smart Grid Meter and Substation Wireless Sensor Networks Market Forecasts

2.3.8 Smart Meter Units Shipped

2.3.9 Smart Grid Substation Energy Harvesting Shipments

2.3.10 Sensor Nodes

2.3.11 Military Use of Wireless Sensor Networks

2.3.12 Global Desalination Industry

2.3.13 Energy Harvesting Market Industry Segments, Units

2.4 Energy Harvesting Pricing

2.4.1 Silicon Labs Energy Harvesting Pricing

2.4.2 EnOcean products

2.4.3 Selected Energy Harvesting Unit Retail Prices

2.4.4 Thermal EH solutions

2.5 Smarter Computing Depends on Instrumented Devices

2.5.1 IBM The Leader In Smart Computing By A Wide Margin

2.5.2 Advantages Offered By SOA

2.5.3 SOA As An Architecture

2.5.4 Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces

2.5.5 Smarter Computing Market Driving Forces

2.5.6 IBM WebSphere Product Set Leverages Thin Film Batteries

2.5.7 Thin Film Batteries Market Shares

2.6 Nanotechnology Providing Next Generation Systems

2.6.1 Nanotechnology Thin Film Batteries

2.6.2 Silver Nanoplates Silicon Strategy Shows Promise For Batteries

2.6.3 Argonne Scientists Watch Nanoparticles

2.6.4 Thin Film Batteries Use Nanotechnology to Achieve Combining Better Performance With Lower Cost

2.7 Wireless Sensor Networks Geographical Region Analysis

2.7.1 Geographical Region Analysis



3. Wireless Sensor Networking Product Description

3.1 Wireless Sensor Networking

3.2 Northrop Grumman Smart Grid

3.3 Boeing Wireless Sensor Applications

3.3.1 Boeing Wireless Sensor Network Applications

3.4 Silicon Laboratories

3.4.1 Silicon Laboratories Energy Harvesting Applications

3.4.2 Energy Harvesting Reference Design

3.5 KCF Technologies

3.5.1 KCF Technologies Energy Harvesting for WMD Detection Systems

3.5.2 KCF Technologies Wireless Accelerometer with Ultra-Compact Energy Harvesting for Rotorcraft

3.5.3 KCF Technologies Harvester-Powered Wireless Accelerometers for Extreme Temperature Monitoring in Fossil Fuel Power Plants

3.5.4 KCF Technologies Wireless Vibration Sensors for Shipboard Environments with Broadband Energy Harvesting

3.5.5 KCF Technologies Harvester-Powered Wireless Sensors for Industrial Machine Monitoring and Condition Based Maintenance

3.5.6 KCF Technologies Piezoelectric and Smart Material Devices

3.5.7 KCF Technologies Compact Narrowband High-Acoustic Sound Source for Particle Agglomeration

3.5.8 KCF Technologies Low-Cost Liquid Atomization and Dispensing with a Miniature Piezoelectric Device

3.5.9 KCF Technologies Extreme Amplitude Piezoelectric Noise Source for HUMVEE Air Filter Cleaning

3.5.10 KCF Technologies High-Temperature Piezoelectric Alarm for Personnel Safety Devices

3.5.11 KCF Technologies Micro-Robot Swarms for Desktop Manufacturing

3.6 II-IV / Marlow Industries Inc

3.6.1 Marlow Industries Converting Small Degrees Of Temperature Difference Into Milliwatts Of Electrical Power

3.6.2 EverGen™ Plate Exchanger

3.7 Micropelt Energy Harvesting:

3.7.1 Micropelt Thermogenerator

3.7.2 Micropelt Two Micro Thermogenerators In Series

3.7.3 Micropelt Thermoharvester

3.7.4 Micropelt Products

3.7.5 Micropelt Peltier Coolers and Thermogenerators

3.7.6 Micropelt Small Micropelt Peltier Cooler

3.8 EnOcean

3.8.1 EnOcean Link

3.8.2 EnOcean Faster Development

3.8.3 EnOcean Link Fully Prepared Data

3.8.4 EnOcean Encrypted Decoding Gateway

3.8.5 EnOcean ECO 200 - Motion Energy Harvesting

3.8.6 EnOcean ECT 310 - Thermo Energy Harvesting

3.8.7 EnOcean Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Solutions

3.8.8 EnOcean Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Solutions

3.8.9 EnOcean Alliance Energy Harvesting Solutions

3.8.10 EnOcean-Enabled Wireless Networks

3.8.11 EnOcean Alliance

3.9 Arveni

3.9.1 Arveni's Microgenerator Transforms Mechanical Energy

3.10 Ferro Solutions

3.10.1 Ferro Solutions Energy Harvesters

3.10.2 Ferro Solutions Inductive and PME.

3.10.3 Ferro Solutions Piezo-based PME Energy Harvesters

3.10.4 Ferro Solutions

3.11 Trophos Energy

3.12 Millennial Net Wireless Sensor Network:

3.13 BYD-Developed Fe Battery

3.14 Researchers at MIT

3.15 Linear Technology

3.15.1 Linear Technology Corporation

3.16 Cymbet Energizing Innovation

3.16.1 Cymbet EnerChip EP Universal Energy Harvesting Eval Kit

3.16.2 Cymbet EnerChip EP Enables New Applications

3.16.3 Cymbet Products

3.16.4 Cymbet Rechargeable EnerChips and Effective Capacity

3.16.5 Energy Harvesting Based Products Enabled By Cymbet EnerChip™ EP CB915:

3.16.6 Cymbet Development Support

3.16.7 Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage for Embedded Energy, Power Back-up and Energy Harvesting

3.16.8 Cymbet Energy Harvesting

3.16.9 Cymbet Zero Power Devices

3.16.10 ComtexCymbet EnerChip™ Thin-Film Batteries

3.16.11 Cymbet's EnerChip and Energy Harvesting Solutions

3.16.12 Cymbet EnerChip Solid State Battery Energy Harvesting (EH) / TI's LaunchPad Development Kit

3.16.13 Cymbet Corporation

3.16.14 Cymbet’s EnerChip™ EP CBC915,

3.16.15 Cymbet Energy Harvesting vs. Nonrechargeable Batteries

3.17 Infinite Power Solutions (IPS)—

3.17.1 Infinite Power Solutions High-Volume Production Line for TFBs –

3.17.2 Infinite Power Solutions Solid-State, Rechargeable Thin-Film Micro-Energy Storage Devices

3.17.3 Infinite Power Solutions IPS THINERGY® MEC Products

3.17.4 Infinite Power Solutions THINERGY MEC

3.17.5 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. Recharge From A Regulated 4.10 V Source

3.17.6 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. SRAM Backup Guidelines

3.17.7 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. SRAM Backup Power Solution

3.17.8 Infinite Power Solutions Recharging THINERGY Micro-Energy Cells

3.17.9 Infinite Power Solutions Charging Methods

3.17.10 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. THINERGY MECs

3.18 MicroGen Systems and Infinite Power Solutions Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)

3.19 Maxim Integrated, Infinite Power Solutions IC to Integrate All Of The Power-Management Functions For Ambient Energy Harvesting

3.19.1 Maxim Integrated Products (Nasdaq:MXIM) MAX17710 IC Integrates Power-Management

3.19.2 Maxim / Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. (IPS) THINERGY(R) Solid-State, Rechargeable MEC Battery Products

3.19.3 Maxim introduces MAX17710 PMIC :: Uniquely enables Energy Harvesting with THINERGY MECs

3.20 IPS iTHINERGY ADP

3.21 IPS and ITT

3.22 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. (IPS)— Global Leader In Manufacturing Solid-State

3.22.1 Infinite Power Solutions (IPS)

3.23 JonDeTech AB

3.23.1 JonDeTech AB Applications of Infrared Sensing Thermopiles

3.23.2 JonDeTech AB Preventive and Predictive Maintenance

3.23.3 JonDeTech Thermopile Products

3.23.4 JonDeTech Surface Mount Plastic Thermopiles

3.23.5 JonDeTech Thermopiles

3.23.6 JonDeTech Horizontal Thermocouple

3.23.7 JonDeTech Advantage Of Nanotechnology Vertical Thermocouple

3.24 Schneider Electric Lighting Control Solutions for Comprehensive Facility Energy Management

3.24.1 Schneider Electric Lighting Control Systems

3.25 Planar

3.25.1 Planar Energy Devices –

3.25.2 Planar Energy’s Solid State Batteries New Deposition Process

3.25.3 Planar Energy Print Guide to Recent Battery Advances

3.25.4 Planar Lithium Manganese Dioxide Nanotechnology

3.25.5 Planar Energy Devices PowerPlane MXE Module

3.26 IBM Energy Scavenging, Power Scavenging –

3.27 Cubic Global Wireless Sensor Network Tracking Solutions

3.28 Perpetuum

3.28.1 Perpetuum PMG Rail: Transportation / Powering Wireless Rail Monitoring Solutions

3.28.2 Perpetuum Engineering Evaluation and Development

3.28.3 Perpetuum Condition Monitoring

3.28.4 Perpetuum Condition Monitoring Technology To Predict Failure

3.28.5 Perpetuum Holistic View Of Equipment Condition

3.28.6 Perpetuum Need For Greater Accuracy In Condition Assessment Failure Prediction

3.28.7 Perpetuum PMG FSH Free Standing Harvester Integrated Perpetual Power Solutions:

3.28.8 Perpetuum Powering Wireless Rail Monitoring Solutions

3.28.9 Perpetuum Machine Vibration/Motion Energy Harvesting

3.28.10 Perpetuum Vibration Energy Harvesting

3.28.11 Perpetuum Vibration Source

3.28.12 Perpetuum Resonant Frequency: Tuning the Vibration Energy Harvester

3.28.13 Perpetuum Vibration Level: Achieving Maximum Power Output

3.28.14 Perpetuum Basic Operating Principles Of A Vibration Energy Harvester

3.29 Microchip Technology Inc.

3.30 MicroGen Systems

3.30.1 MicroGen Systems BOLT™ - R MicroPower Generators

3.31 LORD Corporation / MicroStrain

3.31.1 MicroStrain Wireless Sensor Networks

3.31.2 LORD MicroStrain

3.32 Nextreme Thermal Solutions

3.33 Patria

3.34 University of Michigan ISSCC

3.34.1 University of Michigan intra-ocular pressure monitor (IOPM) device Ultra-Low Power Management

3.34.2 University of Michigan intra-ocular pressure monitor (IOPM) device EH Wireless Sensor Components

3.34.3 University of Michigan Intra-Ocular Pressure Monitor (IOPM) Device Building Millimeter Scale EH-Based Computers

3.34.4 Permanent Power Using Cymbet Solid State Rechargeable Batteries

3.35 Australian Defence Science & Technology Organization (DSTO) / VigilX

3.36 MacSema

3.37 Omron Corp.

3.37.1 Omron Photovoltaic Inverter Technology

3.38 Silicon Labs Solutions For Energy Harvesting Systems

3.38.1 Silicon Labs Energy Harvesting Tipping Point for Wireless Sensor Applications

3.38.2 Silicon Laboratories Low-Power Optimization

3.38.3 Silicon Labs Solutions For Energy Harvesting Systems

3.38.4 Silicon Labs Minimizing The Amount Of Time The Radio Is On

3.38.5 Silicon Laboratories Managing Harvested Energy

3.38.6 Silicon Labs Ability To Power Wireless Sensor Nodes

3.38.7 Silicon Labs Powers Wireless Node with Energy Harvesting

3.39 Modern Water plc / Cymtox Limited

3.39.1 Modern Water plc / Cymtox Limited

3.40 ABB

3.40.1 GMZ

3.41 Vishay Precision Group / Kelk

3.42 Alphabet Energy

3.42.1 Alphabet’s Technology

3.43 Perpetua

3.44 Phonomic Devices

3.44.1 Phonomic Devices Solid State Cooling, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

3.45 Primus Power

3.46 General Motors (GM)

3.47 National Instruments

3.48 Texas Instruments



4. Wireless Sensor Networking Technology

4.1 Millennial Net MeshScape™ Wireless Sensor Networking Software Platform

4.2 Wireless Sensor Network Architecture

4.3 Healthcare Wireless Cardiac Networking

4.3.1 Flexible Circuit Board

4.3.2 Wireless Heart-Monitoring Devices

4.4 Global Spectrum Allocation

4.4.1 Bandwidth for Wireless Infrastructure

4.4.2 Mobile Subscriptions Worldwide Stress Bandwidth Allocations

4.5 Patent Issued to Boeing for "Wireless Aircraft Sensor Network

4.5.1 E-Enabled Airplanes

4.5.2 Security Of Wireless Sensor Network Enabled Airplane Health

4.6 Wireless Standards

4.6.1 Zigbee Alliance

4.6.2 Bluetooth Low Energy

4.6.3 SimpliciTI

4.6.4 ANT

4.6.5 M2M

4.6.6 LXRS® PROTOCOL

4.6.7 Mobile Broadband Standards

4.6.8 Qualcomm

4.6.9 UMTS Forum

4.7 Backhaul Network Architecture

4.7.1 Ericsson Standardization Work In The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP),

4.8 Regulatory Solutions

4.9 Huawei Pipe Strategy

4.10 Small-Cell Architectures

4.10.1 Small Cells and LTE

4.10.2 Smart Antenna Systems



5. Wireless Sensor Networks Company Profiles

5.1 ABB

5.1.1 ABB and IO Deliver Direct Current-Powered Data Center Module

5.1.2 ABB / Validus DC Systems DC power infrastructure equipment

5.2 Adaptive Materials Technology - Adaptamat Ltd

5.3 Alphabet Energy

5.3.1 Alphabet Energy Inexpensive Waste Heat Recovery Technology

5.3.2 Alphabet Thermoelectrics

5.4 Arrow Electronics

5.5 American Elements, USA

5.6 Australian Defence Science & Technology Organisation (DSTO)

5.7 Arveni

5.8 Avnet

5.9 BAE Systems

5.9.1 BAE Key Facts

5.9.2 BAE Strategy

5.9.3 BAE Operational Framework

5.9.4 BAE Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

5.9.5 BAE Systems Ant Size Robot

5.9.6 BAE Project Management

5.9.7 BAE Engineering

5.9.8 BAE Personal Robots

5.9.9 BAE Systems Large UGV

5.9.10 BAE Systems Plc (BAES.L) Hired Advisors To Sell Part Of Its North American Commercial Aerospace Business

5.10 Boeing

5.10.1 Boeing Automated Identification Technology (AIT)

5.10.2 Boeing Structural Health Monitoring

5.10.3 Boeing Aircraft Health Monitoring

5.10.4 Boeing

5.10.5 Boeing 787 Dreamliner

5.10.6 Boeing 787 Dreamliner Performance

5.10.7 Boeing Advanced Technology

5.10.8 Boeing Participation In Commercial Jet Aircraft Market

5.10.9 Boeing Participation In Defense Industry Jet Aircraft Market

5.10.10 Boeing Defense, Space & Security

5.10.11 Boeing Advanced Military Aircraft:

5.10.12 Boeing Military Aircraft

5.10.13 Boeing-iRobot Team Receives New SUGV Task Order From US Army

5.11 BYD

5.11.1 BYD Cell Phone Batteries

5.11.2 BYD Auto Co

5.11.3 BYD Commitment Green Energy

5.12 CST

5.13 Cymbet

5.13.1 Cymbet Team:

5.13.2 Cymbet Investors:

5.13.3 Cymbet Partners, Sales and Distribution:

5.13.4 Cymbet Manufacturing:

5.13.5 Cymbet to Open World's Highest Volume Solid-State Battery Manufacturing Facility

5.13.6 Cymbet Partnering with X-FAB

5.13.7 Cymbet / X-FAB, Inc.

5.13.8 Cymbet Expanding in Minnesota

5.13.9 Cymbet / LEDA

5.13.10 Smart Solid-State Batteries for Embedded Energy, Power Back-up and Energy Harvesting

5.13.11 Cymbet EVAL-09 Utilizes Harnessing Ambient Energy

5.13.12 Cymbet Secures $31 Million in Private Financing

5.14 Digi International

5.14.1 Digi International Business Highlights:

5.14.2 Digi International/MaxStream

5.14.3 Digi International Revenue

5.15 Dust Networks

5.15.1 Dust Networks Self-Powered IPV6 Wireless Sensor Network

5.16 EnOcean GmbH

5.16.1 EnOcean Technology

5.16.2 EnOcean Alliances

5.16.3 EnOcean Self-Powered Wireless Technology

5.17 Finmeccanica

5.17.1 Finmeccanica / SELEX Galileo

5.17.2 SELEX Galileo Inc.

5.17.3 SELEX Galileo Technologies

5.18 Flexible Electronics Concepts

5.19 Ferro Solutions

5.19.1 Ferro Solutions

5.20 Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS

5.21 General Electric Company

5.21.1 GE Energy Wireless Condition Monitoring System / Perpetuum Electromagnetic Vibration Energy Harvesting Device

5.21.2 GE HabiTEQ Systems and EnOcean Energy-Harvesting Technology Joint Venture

5.21.3 General Electric / EnOcean Equipped Devices Sensors Fit In Ultra-Thin Switches On Glass Panels

5.21.4 GE Smart Energy Technologies

5.22 GMZ

5.23 Honeywell

5.23.1 Honeywell Energy-Harvesting Sensing and Control

5.24 Infinite Power Solutions

5.24.1 Infinite Power Solutions Solid-State, Thin-Film Batteries

5.24.2 Infinite Power Solutions Micro-Energy Storage Devices

5.24.3 Infinite Power Solutions Battery Applications

5.24.4 Infinite Power Solutions And Tokyo Electron Device Global Distribution Agreement

5.24.5 Infinite Power Solutions Financing

5.25 Inventec

5.26 IO

5.27 ITN Lithium Technology

5.27.1 ITN’s Lithium EC sub-Division Focused On Development And Commercialization of EC

5.27.2 ITN’s SSLB Division Thin-Film Battery Technology

5.27.3 ITN Lithium Air Battery

5.27.4 ITN Fuel Cell

5.27.5 ITN Thin-film Deposition Systems

5.27.6 ITN Real Time Process Control

5.27.7 ITN Plasmonics

5.28 II-VI incorporated / Marlow Industries

5.28.1 II-VI Incorporated (NASDAQ: IIVI)

5.28.2 II-VI Incorporated / Marlow Infrared And Near-Infrared Laser Optical Elements

5.28.3 II-VI incorporated / Marlow Markets

5.29 JonDeTech

5.30 KCF Technologies Inc

5.31 Kelk

5.32 Levant Power

5.33 LORD Corporation, MicroStrain® Sensing Systems

5.34 MacSema

5.35 Microchip Technology

5.36 MicroGen Systems

5.37 Micropelt

5.37.1 Micropelt Thin Film Thermogenerators

5.37.2 Micropelt Systems

5.37.3 Micropelt Thermogenerators

5.38 Millennial Net

5.38.1 Millennial Net Wireless Sensor Network:

5.38.2 Millennial Net’s MeshScape GO WSN Technology

5.39 Modern Water

5.40 National Instruments

5.41 Nature Technology

5.42 Nextreme

5.43 Northrop Grumman

5.43.1 Northrop Grumman Smart Grid

5.43.2 Northrop Grumman

5.43.3 Northrop Grumman Corp (NOC.N) Spinning Off Or Selling Its Shipbuilding Business

5.43.4 Northrop Grumman Remotec Robots

5.43.5 Northrop Grumman Opens New Facilities for Design and Manufacture of Unmanned Ground Vehicles in Coventry

5.43.6 Northrop Grumman Business Sectors:

5.43.7 Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems

5.44 OMRON

5.44.1 Omron Revenue

5.45 Planar Energy Devices –

5.45.1 Planar Energy Devices Deposition Process

5.45.2 DOE Planar Energy for Oak Ridge National Laboratory Collaborative Battery Development

5.46 Perpetua

5.47 Perpetuum

5.47.1 Perpetuum Alliances

5.47.2 Perpetuum Venture Capital Investors

5.48 Phononic Devices

5.49 Polatis Photonics

5.49.1 Polatis Technology and Products

5.50 Primus Power

5.51 PS

5.52 Schneider Electric

5.52.1 Schneider Electric

5.52.2 Schneider Electric Vision Smart Grid:

5.52.3 Schneider Electric Triggers of the Smart Grid

5.52.4 Schneider Electric Revenue

5.52.5 Smart Grid: Schneider Electric Vision

5.52.6 Schneider Electric Triggers of the Smart Grid

5.53 Severn Water / Modern Water / Cymtox Limited

5.54 Silicon Labs

5.54.1 Silicon Laboratories Energy Harvesting Applications

5.54.2 Silicon Laboratories Products

5.55 Syngenta Sensors UIC

5.56 Teledyne / Rockwell Scientific

5.57 Texas Instruments (TXN:NYSE)

5.57.1 Texas Instruments

5.58 Trophos Energy

5.59 University of California, Berkeley

5.60 University of Michigan

5.60.1 University of Michigan's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Nano-Thin Sheets Of Metal

5.61 Vishay Precision Group

5.61.1 KELK integration

5.61.2 Vishay Precision Group Revenue

5.61.3 Vishay Precision Group Segments

5.62 Zarlink Semiconductor AB

5.63 US Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) Seed Funding

5.64 Selected Energy Harvesting Market Participants

5.64.1 Leading Wireless Sensor Networks Market Participants by Technology



List of Tables and Figures



Table ES-1 Wireless Sensor Networking Technology Uses

Table ES-2 Energy Harvesting And Energy Storage Market Factors

Table ES-3 Wireless Sensor Networking Market Driving Forces

Figure ES-4 Wireless Sensor Networking Market Shares, Dollars, 2012

Figure ES-5 Wireless Sensor Networking Shipments Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 1-1 Wireless Network Sensing Objectives

Table 1-2 Wireless Network Sensing Objectives

Table 2-1 Wireless Sensor Networking Technology Uses

Table 2-2 Energy Harvesting And Energy Storage Market Factors

Table 2-3 Wireless Sensor Networking Market Driving Forces

Figure 2-4 Wireless Sensor Networking Market Shares, Dollars, 2012

Table 2-5 Wireless Sensor Networking Market Shares, Vibration, Piezoelectric, Thermoelectric, Magnetic, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012

Figure 2-6 Perpetuum Markets Served By Industry

Figure 2-7 Perpetuum ROI Addresses The Hidden Costs Of Under Monitored Assets

Figure 2-8 Perpetuum Estimates Number of BOP Machine Assets Under Monitored Exceeds 70%

Table 2-9 Leading Energy Harvesting Market Participants by Technology

Figure 2-10 Wireless Sensor Networking Shipments Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 2-11 Wireless Sensor Networks Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-12 Wireless Sensor Network Units, Worldwide, Forecasts, 2013-2019

Figure 2-13 Wireless Sensor Networks Smarter City Shipments Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-14 Smarter Computing Depends on Instrumented Devices

Figure 2-15 Transportation Rail and Electric Vehicle Wireless Sensor Networks Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-16 Number and Floor Space of US Commercial Buildings

Figure 2-17 Energy Use Intensity for LEED Certified Buildings (kBtu per Square Foot)

Figure 2-18 Smart Building Wireless Sensor Networks Shipments Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2013-2019

Figure 2-19 Contractors And Construction Wireless Sensor Networks Shipments Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2013-2019

Figure 2-20 Smart Grid Meter Wireless Sensor Networks Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-21 Smart Grid Substation Wireless Sensor Networks Shipments, Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-22 Airline / Space / Defense Industry Wireless Sensor Networks Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-23 Border and Perimeter Security Energy Harvesting Shipments Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 2-24 Wireless Sensor Networks Market Industry Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013 -2019

Table 2-25 Wireless Sensor Networks Market Industry Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2013 -2019

Figure 2-26 Energy Harvesting Market Industry Segments, Units, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 2-27 Energy Harvesting Market Industry Segments, Units, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-28 Marlow Energy Harvesting Device Price

Figure 2-29 Nextreme Energy Harvesting Modules WPG-1 WRLES PWR GEN 1mW 3.3, 4.1 OR 5V

Figure 2-30 MicroPelt Energy Harvester

Figure 2-31 Smarter Computing Depends on Instrumented Devices

Figure 2-32 Smarter Planet Impact on IT

Table 2-33 Advantages Offered by SOA

Table 2-34 Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces

Table 2-35 Smarter Computing Market Driving Forces

Table 2-36 Thin Film Battery Benefits

Table 2-37 Comparison Of Battery Performance

Figure 2-38 Thin Film Battery Energy Density

Figure 2-39 Silver Nanoplates

Table 2-40 Wireless Sensor Networking Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2012

Table 2-41 Wireless Sensor Networking Regional Market Segments, 2012

Table 3-1 Boeing Energy Harvesting Development Programs Functions

Figure 3-2 Boeing Wireless Sensor Aircraft Applications

Figure 3-3 Broadband Energy Harvester (Boeing )

Figure 3-4 Broadband Wireless Sensor Network (Boeing )

Figure 3-5 Silicon Laboratories Energy Harvesting Components

Figure 3-6 Silicon Laboratories

Table 3-7 KCF Technologies Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensors Offered

Figure 3-8 KCF Technologies Smart Rod End for Wireless Monitoring of Helicopter Rotor Components

Figure 3-9 KCF Technologies Rotor Energy Harvesting Devices

Figure 3-10 KCF Technologies Harvester-Powered Wireless Accelerometers

Table 3-11 KCF Technologies Wireless Vibration Sensors for Shipboard Environments

Figure 3-12 KCF Technologies Harvester-Powered Wireless Sensors for Industrial Machine Monitoring

Table 3-13 KCF Technologies Energy Harvesting Devices

Table 3-14 KCF Technologies Piezoelectric Devices

Figure 3-15 KCF Technologies Compact Narrowband High-Acoustic Sound Source

Figure 3-16 KCF Technologies Liquid Atomization and Dispensing

Figure 3-17 KCF Technologies Extreme Amplitude Piezoelectric Noise Source for HUMVEE Air Filter Cleaning

Figure 3-18 Marlow Industries Evergen

Figure 3-19 Marlow Industries Evergen

Figure 3-19 Marlow Industries Product Specifications

Table 3-20 Marlow Industries EverGen™ Plate Exchanger Advantages:

Table 3-21 Marlow Industries EverGen™ Plate Exchanger Target Markets:

Figure 3-22 Marlow Industries Evergen Plate Exchanger

Table 3-23 Marlow Industries Evergen Energy Harvesting Solutions

Figure 3-24 Micropelt Energy Harvester

Figure 3-25 Micropelt Energy Thermogenerator

Figure 3-26 Micropelt Energy Thermogenerator

Figure 3-27 Micropelt Thermoharvester

Figure 3-28 Micropelt Peltier Coolers and Thermogenerators

Figure 3-29 Small Micropelt Peltier Cooler

Figure 3-30 Micropelt Peltier Cooler

Figure 3-31 Micropelt Small Peltier Cooler Specifications

Figure 3-32 EnOcean Middleware For Energy Harvesting

Figure 3-33 EnOcean ECO 200 - Motion Energy Harvesting

Table 3-34 EnOcean ECO 200 - Motion Energy Harvesting

Figure 3-35 EnOcean ECO 100 - Motion Energy Harvesting

Table 3-36 EnOcean Energy Harvesting Motion Converter

Table 3-37 EnOcean ECT 310 Perpetuum

Table 3-38 EnOcean Thermo Converter

Table 3-39 EnOcean Energy Converters For Energy Harvesting Wireless Applications

Figure 3-40 EnOcean-Enabled Wireless Sensor Networks

Table 3-41 EnOcean Alliance Energy Harvesting Solutions Advantages

Table 3-42 EnOcean Energy Harvesting Sources

Figure 3-43 EnOcean Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Technology

Figure 3-44 EnOcean Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Devices

Figure 3-45 Arveni Core Business In Energy Harvesting Using Piezo Electricity

Figure 3-46 Arveni Wireless Network Sensor

Table 3-47 Arveni Wireless Network Sensors Used

Table 3-48 Arveni Wireless Network Sensors Range & Link Budget

Table 3-49 Arveni Micro Generator Features

Figure 3-50 Ferro Solutions Wireless Sensor Network

Table 3-51 Trophos Energy Marine Applications

Table 3-52 Trophos Energy Land Applications

Figure 3-53 Trophos Energy innovative Marine, Land, and Electrocics Power Generation Products

Figure 3-54 MIT Energy Harvesting Device Converts Low-Frequency Vibrations Into Electricity

Table 3-55 Linear Technology Micropower Voltage Devices

Table 3-56 Linear Technology Comprehensive Line Of High Performance Battery

Figure 3-57 Cymbet Energy Harvesting Transducers

Figure 3-58 Cymbet EnerChip Energy Processor CBC915-ACA and Universal Energy Harvesting Eval Kit

Table 3-59 Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage Energizing Innovation Target Markets

Table 3-60 Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage products

Table 3-61 Cymbet EnerChip™ Solid-State Product Line

Table 3-62 Cymbet's EnerChip Benefits

Table 3-63 Cymbet Energy Harvesting (EH) Features

Figure 3-64 Cymbet EnerChip CBC3105-BDC:

Table 3-65 Cymbet EnerChip CBC001-BDC: Target Markets

Table 3-66 Cymbet Energy Harvesting Applications

Figure 3-67 Infinite Power Solutions Thinergy Component

Table 3-68 Infinite Power Solutions THINERGY® Product Family

Table 3-69 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. Maxim Energy Management Chips

Table 3-70 Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. Applications For Energy Harvester

Table 3-71 Infinite Power Solutions Charging Methods

Table 3-72 Wireless Sensor Network Applications

Figure 3-73 JonDeTech Thermopile SMDs

Table 3-74 JonDeTech AB Thermopile Features

Figure 3-75 JonDeTech AB Low-Cost, Surface Mount Thermopiles

Table 3-76 JonDeTech AB Consumer Electronics Mid IR Sensors

Table 3-77 JonDeTech AB Residential Control Systems Mid IR Sensors

Table 3-78 JonDeTech’s Technology Competitive Advantages

Figure 3-79 JonDeTech AB JIRS3 Sensor

Table 3-80 JonDeTech AB Key Features of the Thermopile

Figure 3-81 JonDeTech AB JIRS5 Sensor

Figure 3-82 JonDeTech AB Close-up of JIRS5 Sensor

Figure 3-83 JonDeTech AB Nanowire Sensors

Figure 3-84 JonDeTech AB Linear Array of IR Sensorson Polyimide Foil

Table 3-85 JonDeTech Thermopile Applications

Figure 3-86 JonDeTech AB Vertical Heat Flow Model Of Jondetech Thermopiles

Figure 3-87 JonDeTech AB Vertical Heat Flow Model

Figure 3-88 Jondetech Thermopile Infrared Radiation Tetectors Generation Flex

Figure 3-89 Schneider Electric Energy Harvesting

Figure 3-90 Planar Energy’s Solid State Batteries Spraying Materials Onto A Metal Substrate

Figure 3-91 Perpetuum Rail Based Vibration Energy-Harvesting

Figure 3-92 Perpetuum Industrial Based Vibration Energy-Harvesting

Table 3-93 Applications Powered By PMG Rail

Table 3-94 Perpetuum Condition Monitoring Technologies

Table 3-95 Perpetuum Business Benefit To Dominate The Industrial Maintenance Scene

Figure 3-96 Perpetuum Vibration Energy-Harvesting Wireless Sensor Node Components And Structure

Figure 3-97 Perpetuum Switch Mode Efficiency

Figure 3-98 Perpetuum Condition Assessment Need

Figure 3-99 Perpetuum Condition Assessment Principle of Operation

Figure 3-100 Perpetuum Vibration Energy Harvesting for Rail Cars

Figure 3-101 Perpetuum Vibration Energy Harvesting for Rail Wheels and Bearings

Figure 3-102 Perpetuum Temperature Variation Energy Harvesting for Rail Wheels and Bearings

Figure 3-103 Perpetuum Temperature Variation and Vibration Energy Harvesting Wireless Network Solution

Figure 3-104 Perpetuum Vibration Energy Harvesting Solution Benefits

Figure 3-105 Perpetuum Energy Harvesting ROI for Ten Years

Figure 3-106 Perpetuum Energy Harvesting Current Produced

Figure 3-107 Perpetuum Energy Harvesting Power Measurement

Figure 3-108 Perpetuum Energy Harvesting Wireless Monitoring

Figure 3-109 Perpetuum Energy Harvesting Installation

Figure 3-110 Perpetuum Energy Harvesting Innovation Solutions

Figure 3-111 Perpetuum Energy Free Standing Harvesting Development Kit

Figure 3-112 Perpetuum Energy Harvesting Wireless Monitoring and Automation

Figure 3-113 Perpetuum Energy Harvesting of Under Monitored BOP Assets

Figure 3-114 Perpetuum Power Output Spectrum

Figure 3-115 Perpetuum Vibration Energy Harvester powering the Wireless Sensor Node

Figure 3-116 Perpetuum Vibration Energy Harvesters

Figure 3-117 Perpetuum Power Solutions for Wireless Monitoring and Automation

Table 3-118 Perpetuum Vibration Energy Harvester (VEH) Functions

Figure 3-119 Perpetuum Vibration Energy Harvester

Table 3-120 Perpetuum Industrial Markets Served

Figure 3-121 Perpetuum Markets Served By Industry

Figure 3-122 Perpetuum ROI Addresses The Hidden Costs Of Under Monitored Assets

Figure 3-123 Perpetuum Estimates Number of BOP Machine Assets Under Monitored Exceeds 70%

Figure 3-124 Perpetuum Assessment of Machine Assets Under Monitored

Figure 3-125 Microchip Technology Energy Harvesting Kit

Figure 3-126 Microchip Technology Energy Harvesting Kit Features

Table 3-127 MicroGen Systems Leveraging of Factors Converging To Open Up Opportunity In Energy Harvesting

Table 3-128 MicroGen Systems Energy Harvesting For Battlefield

Table 3-129 MicroGen Systems BOLTTM family of Micro Power Generator Features

Table 3-130 MicroGen Systems BOLT Industrial Product

Figure 3-131 University of Michigan Intra-Ocular Pressure Monitor (IOPM) Device Wireless Sensor Basic Elements

Table 3-132 Silicon Labs Solutions For Energy Harvesting Applications

Table 3-133 Silicon Labs Solutions For Energy Harvesting Solutions

Table 3-134 Silicon Labs Solutions For Energy Harvesting Systems

Figure 3-135 Silicon Laboratories Wireless Sensor Node Power Cycle

Figure 3-136 Silicon Labs Solutions For Energy Harvesting Systems

Figure 3-137 Perpetua Renewable Energy Source for Wireless Sensors

Figure 3-138 Perpetua Renewable Energy Source Applications

Figure 3-139 Perpetua Energy Harvesting Device

Table 3-140 Perpetua Thermoelectric Technology Key Differentiating Features

Figure 3-141 Perpetua Technology

Table 4-1 Wireless Sensor Networking Technology Benefits

Table 4-2 Millennial Net Wireless Sensor Networking Protocol Responsive Functions

Table 4-3 Millennial Net Wireless Sensor Networking Protocol Reliability Functions

Table 4-4 Millennial Net Wireless Sensor Networking Protocol Power Efficient Functions

Table 4-5 Millennial Net Wireless Sensor Networking Protocol Functions

Figure 4-6 Wireless Sensor Network Architecture

Figure 4-7 Wireless Autonomous Transducer electrocardiogram Solution

Figure 4-8 Global Spectrum Allocation

Figure 4-9 Bandwidth for Wireless Infrastructure

Table 4-10 Network Traffic Units

Table 4-11 Wireless Sensor Networking Technology Uses

Table 4-12 Wireless Sensor Networking E-Enabled Airplane Benefits

Table 4-13 Wireless Sensor Networking E-Enabled Airplane Functions

Figure 4-14 Security Of Wireless Sensor Network Enabled Airplane Health Monitoring

Table 4-15 Texas Instruments SimpliciTI Key Features:

Table 4-16 Texas Instruments SimpliciTI Key Applications:

Table 4-17 Texas Instruments SimpliciTI Key Low-Power RF Devices And Tools Supported

Figure 4-18 ANT Extended Messaging

Figure 4-19 ANT Layers in Standard Host and System on A Chip (SOC)

Figure 4-20 LXRS® Wireless Protocol

Figure 4-21 Smart Phone CDMA, LTE, and WiFi Roadmap Evolution Path

Figure 4-22 LTE Interoperability Positioning

Figure 4-23 LTE Frequency Band Assignments

Figure 4-24 Projected LTE Global Spectrum Usage

Figure 4-25 Challenge to Support 3GPP and 3GPP2 Frequency Assignments

Figure 4-26 Bandwidth Spectrum Economies of Scale

Figure 4-27 LTE Device Availability by Frequency

Figure 4-28 Backhaul Network Architecture, Flow Delay, Jitter, Packet Loss, Continuity, Avaliability, Throughput, and Trafic Stats

Figure 4-29 Wireless Infrastructure Traffic Model

Table 5-1 ABB Product Launches

Figure 5-2 Alphabet Energy Heat To Electricity Examples

Figure 5-3 Arveni Harvesting Energy Target Markets

Figure 5-4 Arveni Wireless Sensor Block Diagram

Table 5-5 ARVENI's Microgenerators Systems Functions

Table 5-6 ARVENI Growth Positioning

Figure 5-7 Arveni Strategic Focus

Figure 5-8 BAE Military Robot in Development

Figure 5-9 Boeing Vulture technology

Table 5-10 Boeing Military Aircraft Key programs

Table 5-11 Boeing Unmanned Airborne Systems:

Table 5-12 Boeing Weapons:

Table 5-13 CST Target Markets

Table 5-14 Selected Enocean Shareholders:

Figure 5-15 Ferro Solutions Energy Harvesters And Sensors

Figure 5-16 Ferro Solutions Energy Harvesters And Sensors Target Markets

Table 5-17 Ferro Solutions Selected Clients

Table 5-18 Ferro Solutions Energy Harvester Uses

Table 5-19 Ferro Solutions FS Energy Harvester Industrial & Process Automation and Utilities

Table 5-20 Honeywell Energy-Harvesting Sensing and Control

Table 5-21 ITN Technologies

Figure 5-22 ITN Thin Film Battery Technology

Figure 5-23 ITN Battery

Figure 5-24 ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems

Figure 5-25 ITN’s Thin-Film Deposition Systems

Table 5-26 ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems Products and Services Offered

Table 5-27 ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems

Figure 5-28 ITNIYN Fuel Cells

Table 5-29 KCF Technologies Core Technical Focus Areas

Table 5-30 Kelk Recent Orders

Table 5-31 Micropelt Thin Film Thermogenerator Functions

Table 5-32 Micropelt Product Functions

Table 5-33 Millennial Net’s MeshScape System Functions

Table 5-34 MeshScape GO Deployment Components:

Figure 5-35 National Instruments Accellerating Innovation and Discovery Omron Revenue

Figure 5-36 Perpetua Renewable Energy Solutions For Wireless Sensors

Figure 5-37 Perpetua Energy Harvesting Product Set

Table 5-38 Perpetua's Thermoelectric Technology Features

Figure 5-39 Schneider Energy Value Chain:

Table 5-40 Schneider Electric Triggers Innovation For the Smart Grid

Figure 5-41 Schneider Electric Revenue

Figure 5-42 Schneider Energy Value Chain

Table 5-43 Schneider Electric Triggers of the Smart Grid

Figure 5-44 Silicon Laboratories Revenue

Table 5-45 Silicon Laboratories Product Functions

Table 5-46 Silicon Laboratories Product Areas and Description

Table 5-47 Trophos Energy Harvesting Power Solutions Applications

Table 5-48 Leading Wireless Sensor Networks Market Participants by Technology


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