With kinetic energy harvesting and wearable devices, researchers have created a system capable of detecting a user’s transportation mode to inform urban planning.
The smart grid is not as green as it seems. Researchers spent several years coming up with a six-plane approach on how to boost big data’s energy profile for an overall more efficient grid flow.
Research shows smart buildings may not be limiting their energy consumption as much as they should. But a new IoT application could get them back on track.
A proposed network of wireless sensor nodes called GreenNet uses sleep mode and photovoltaic technology to reduce energy footprint, leading to “greener” IoT infrastructure.
Energy companies may now have a stronger case to invest in wind power thanks to this key algorithm development that improves its reliability.
Network science is applied to the power grid to quantitatively measure – and increase – its robustness against faults.